Team, Place & City Details

BC Palanga

BC Palanga was a professional basketball club based in Palanga, Lithuania that played in the National Basketball League. The team was founded in 2014 after a confusing situation when the BC Palanga team founded in 1999 moved to Vilnius.

Gargždai
Gargždai

Gargždai is a city in western Lithuania located in Klaipėda County. The Minija River flows through the city.

Gargždai Stadium
Gargždai Stadium

Gargždai Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Gargždai, Lithuania. It is mostly used for football matches and hosts the home games of the team, FK Banga Gargždai, of the A Lyga.

Gargždelė
Gargždelė

Gargždelė is a village located 2 km south-east of Salantai in Kretinga district municipality, Lithuania. According to the 2011 census, it had 56 residents.It is noted for the Orvidai Homestead, a museum, which features an environment created by Vilius Orvidas.

Palanga
Palanga

Palanga German: Polangen is a seaside resort town in western Lithuania, on the shore of the Baltic Sea. It is the busiest summer resort in Lithuania and has beaches of sand (18 km, 11 miles long and up to 300 metres, 1000' wide) and sand dunes.

Palanga City Municipality
Palanga City Municipality

Palanga City Municipality is a city municipality of Lithuania, located in the west of the country, near the Baltic sea. It includes Šventoji, Nemirseta, Būtingė and other settlements.

Palanga International Airport
Palanga International Airport

Palanga International Airport Lithuanian: Tarptautinis Palangos oro uostas) is a regional international airport located near the resort town Palanga at the Baltic Sea. It is the third largest airport in Lithuania and focuses on short and mid-range routes to European destinations.

Palangad
Palangad

Palangad is a village in the Kozhikode District of Kerala, India. Palangad is approximately 25 km from Kozhikode city and connected by road through Calicut Medical College and Narikkuni.

Palanga Amber Museum
Palanga Amber Museum

The Palanga Amber Museum , near the Baltic Sea in Palanga, Lithuania, is a branch of the Lithuanian Art Museum. It is housed in the restored 19th-century Tiškevičiai Palace and is surrounded by the Palanga Botanical Garden.