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Sandip 2016-02-14 09:29:47

You should read the full lenged of Neringa and Naglis. In all the versions I\'ve read, Naglis is the giant who arrives from far-off lands and kills the nine-headed serpent in return for Neringa\'s hand in marriage. They\'re the perfect couple, since both are giants. Over the course of the story, it also explains the spit as a load of sand from Neringa\'s apron that she pours into the sea to protect the coastal villages from the serpent\'s wrath. I read up on this because my brother\'s name is Naglis.I think the serpent had a name too, but if so, I can\'t remember it. Probably because he lost. What a loser.Also, I heard that lavender is not a naturally occurring plant in Lithuania, although I may be wrong. This is in reference to your other post, which I also read. I am at work.

Dev 2012-02-28 11:10:32

I found just what I was nedeed, and it was entertaining!

Ashwani 2012-02-27 02:15:10

A good many valubaels you\'ve given me.

Nando 2012-02-26 16:20:34

tOMAS Rugs?jis 9 d, 2010Mano mynmau uzsienieciu minimalios, neretai ir klaidingos zinios apie Lietuva yra nat?rali isdava esame ES pakrastyje, buvusi SSRS imperijos dalis, kokio velnio olandams tur?tu r?p?ti Lietuva? Greiciausiai eilinis olandas apie Lietuva zino ne daugiau nei eilinis lietuvis apie Olandija. O smalsuoliai viska ka nori suzino.

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