A solar still distills water with substances dissolved in it by using the heat of the Sun to evaporate water so that it may be cooled and collected, thereby purifying it. They are used in areas where drinking water is unavailable, so that clean water is obtained from dirty water or from plants by exposing them to sunlight.
Pitești is a city in Romania, located on the Argeș River. The capital and largest city of Argeș County, it is an important commercial and industrial center, as well as the home of two universities.
Pike of Stickle, also known as Pike o’ Stickle, is a fell in the English Lake District. It reaches a height of 709 metres and is situated in the central part of the national park in the valley of Great Langdale.
The Piesting is a river in southern Lower Austria. The sources of the Piesting are the Kalte Gang, the Steinapiesting, and the Längapiesting, which begin south of the Schneeberg.
The Pitești Prison was a penal facility in Pitești, Romania, best remembered for the reeducation experiment (also known as Experimentul Pitești – the "Pitești Experiment" or Fenomenul Pitești – the "Pitești Phenomenon") which was carried out between December 1949 and September 1951, during Communist party rule. The experiment, which was implemented by a group of prisoners under the guidance of the prison administration, was designed as an attempt to violently "reeducate" the mostly young political prisoners, who were primarily supporters of the fascist Iron Guard, as well as Zionist members of the Romanian Jewish community.
The Piteşti Sud Power Station is a large thermal power plant located in Piteşti, having 2 generation groups of 50 MW each and 3 groups of 12 MW having a total electricity generation capacity of 136 MW.
Pijestina is a village in the municipality of Goražde, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Piestinae Erichson 1839 are a subfamily of Staphylinidae.
The Pitești-Craiova Expressway is an expressway partially under construction in the south-western part of Romania, previously labelled as A12, when it was considered as a future motorway. It will connect the cities of Pitești (branching off the A1 motorway), Slatina and Craiova (where it is planned to merge with the also planned A6 motorway), being 121 km long, with an estimated total cost of 1.66 billion euro.
The Pitești-Târgoviște Retreat was a fighting-withdrawal operation carried out by the Romanian 1st Army in the face of advancing Central Powers' forces during World War I. The retreat lasted from 29 November to 3 December and culminated in a violent battle at Târgoviște, after which the entire Romanian Army started a general retreat towards Moldavia. This operation was part of the wider Battle of Bucharest, which started on 28 November 1916.
The Pitesti's Handball team activities page. Related with social media posts of Pitesti's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!