Songs about Akmen:

songsAkmens Tilts by Raimonds Pauls from the Album Zili Br?numi

songs?dens suca, akmens vilka by Xxiii Visp?r?jie Latvie?u Dziesmu Sv?tki from the Album Nosleeguma Koncerts

songsDziesma No Akmens Laikmeta by Ingr?da G?tmane (Pav?tola) Igo from the Album Pareizi - Nepareiz?s Dziesmas

songsNolemt?ba (Destiny): Symphony for Choir: Izkal Pakavu Akmens Zirgam (A Shoe For The Stone Horse) by Mike Brewer The National Youth Choir Of Great Britain from the Album Songs of the Baltic Sea

songsRipoja Akmens by Andris Erglis & Cacao from the Album Ripoja Akmens

songsRipoja Akmens by Cacao from the Album Uzliec Kaut Ko Jautr?ku! Vol.2

songsRipoja Akmens by Cacao Andris ?rglis from the Album Superizlase VIII


Books about Akmen:

booksParasts Akmens/ An Ordinary Stone by ojars/Uldis Berzins Feldbergs and Photos (1989)

booksAkmens amziaus zvejai (vokieciu k.) by R.Rimantiene (2005)

booksAkmens sparni: Dzejoli, dokumentala poema by Alberts Locmelis (1998)

booksAkmens laikmeta maksla Austrumbaltija by Ilze Loze (1983)

booksAkmens laikmets Lubana klanos by Ilze Loze (1979)

booksKotryna Akmen by Romas Masteika (2005)

booksAnt pakeles akmens by Vladas Dautartas (1988)


Wiki information Akmen:

City/Town/Village, Location, Statistical region, Administrative Division, Dated location

Akmenė is a city in northern Lithuania. Following the discovery of large reserves of limestone and clay in the region, in 1947 construction work began on one of the largest cement production complexes in the Baltic States. Nearby, a new town grew up...

Naujoji Akmenė
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Dated location, Location

Naujoji Akmenė is a new town that was established in 1952 and is therefore one of the newest cities in Lithuania. Its name means New Akmenė. It is an industrial base with concrete as its main product, with Public company Akmenės cementas producing...