Heavenly bodies: the sun runs at 7.39 hours, works at 16.26. The length of the day is 8.47 hours.
Month (new month) flying 11.31 hours, working on 19.12.
Anastasia, Martinas, Art, Milvidas, Vigintas
St. Martinas, the last autumn holiday
1885 – Stasis Shillingas was born, a press officer, critic, state player of Lithuania. He died in 1962
1864 – born French writer, author of detective and adventurous novels Maurice Leblanc (Morris Leblano). He died in 1941
1866 – born French linguist Antoine Mejet (Meillet). He studied indo-European languages. A few visits to Lithuania and contacts with K. Bugom. He died in 1936
1918 – The tricolor swam for the first time in Vilnius at the House of the Council of Lithuania.
1921. Constitutional constitutive Lithuania adopted a resolution on the connection of Klaipeda to Lithuania.
1950 – born linguist, Doctor of Humanities Kazimieras Garšva.
1951 – Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania, former President Seimas Viktoras Muntianas, was born in Marijampolė.
2006 – During the 72rd year, the famous Lithuanian painter, honorary artist Igor Piekur died. I.Piekurs was a master of portraits, landscapes and thematic painting, which has been actively participating in exhibitions for more than four decades. Artistic works are evaluated several times by various awards, exhibited in Lithuanian and foreign art museums.
2006 – In the collision of two cars, he died in Vilnius's composer, conductor, accordionist and pedagogue Mikas Vaitkevičius.
2007 – composer, professor Leonas Povilaitis died after a serious heart surgery. L.Povilaitis has created about 500 songs, music dramatic theater performances, films. After reading the good piano, L.Povilaitis wrote a lot for this instrument. An important part of the composer was music for children and young people: composed songs, comedies, plays, songs, variations in the themes of folk songs.
2011 – A new commemorative plaque for composers, teachers, orchestra and organizer Jonas Bielionis was discovered in the old town of Kaunas, Kurpiu Street.
2013 – The Archbishop Metropolitan Sigitas Tamkevichius is the first prize winner of the Honorary Medal of Santakos for his merits to Kaunas and Lithuania.
November 11th in world history:
1500 – King Louis XII of France and King Ferdinand of Aragon signed a secret agreement on the division of Italy.
1606 – The Turks and the Austrians signed a peace agreement.
1821 – Russian writer Fiodor Dostoevsky (Fedor Dostoevsky) was born in Moscow.
1837 – The first passenger railroad, which connected St. Petersburg with the Carsko selo locality, started operating in Russia.
1880 – In Melbourne (Australia), the death sentence was executed by Ned Kelly (Nedai Kelius), a famous killer of bastions.
1889 – Washington became the 42nd State of the United States.
1918 – Completed World War I, killing more than 10 million people.
1918 – Joseph Pilsudski declared the independent Republic of Poland – the Independence Day of the Republic of Poland.
In 1922, American writer Kurt Vonegut (Kurt Vonegut) was born.
1951 – Juan Peron (Juan Peron) was elected Argentine for the second term.
1952 The first world video player to be publicly displayed.
1971 – The US Senate ratified the Okinawa return to Japan.
In 1973, Egypt and Israel signed an agreement on the cessation of hostilities.
1975 – Angola became an independent state.
1987 – Boris Yeltsin, criticizing slower reforms, was removed from the leadership of the Moscow Communist Party.
1987 – Vincent Van Gogh (painting by Vincent Van Gogh) Irisai sold in New York a record $ 53.9 million.
1992 – The English Church decided that women could become priests.
1994 – auction in New York for 30.8 million. Leonardo da Vinci's scientific papers and 72-page 72-page notebooks have been sold for $ 72.
1998 – UN weapons inspectors to evacuate Iraq from Bahrain to increase tension in the region.
2004 – Founder and leader of the Palestinian Liberation Organization Al Fatah died in Paris, Jasir Arafat (Iasir Arafat). Born in 1929
2010 – French President Nicolas Sarkozy tested a newly-purchased presidential plane, A 330, who was flying to the G20 summit in Seoul.
2014 – Patek Philippe's gold watch, which is called the most expensive and more complex in the world, was bought at an auction in Switzerland for a record 17.1 million. EUR.
November 11th in the world:
1925 – John Gilermin, film director of a Hollywood film born in England, was born in King Kong.
1962 – born Hollywood actress Demi Moore (Demi Moor).
1964 – Calista Flockhart (Kalista Flokhart) was born in Alley McBeal.
1970 – Bob Dylan (Bob Dylan) published the book Tarantula.
1974 – actor Leonardo Dicaprio (Leonardo Dikaprio) was born.
1976 – Rock Band Kiss released Rock and Roll Over.
1999. – In her home in Los Angeles, a dead 38-year-old Mari Kai Bergman (Mary Kei Bergman) was found, who celebrated Disney's animated films Snov Maiden, The Beauti and the Monster, and South Park.
2006 – Rolling Stones' parent Mick Jager (Miko Jager) died at the age of 93 in the United Kingdom.
2009 – The legendary American boxer, former world heavyweight champion Mike Tison (Mike Taison), was arrested for shooting with a photographer at Los Angeles International Airport.
2010 – At the age of 91, Dino de Laurentitis, an Italian film producer, died in Los Angeles, which contributed to the creation of great masterpieces, including Federica Felini and Federica Felini.
2010 – American singer and actress Jessica Simpson (Jessica Simpson) contacted her new life friend Eric Johnson (Erik Johnson).