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Galapunkts "Pētersala"

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Hidden : 06/19/2019
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
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Jūsu priekšā atrodas mans ceturtais slēpnis no sērijas par Rīgas sabiedrisko transportu - Galapunkts "Pētersala". Slēpnis nano izmēra un bez rakstāmā. Šobrīd galapunkts apkalpo 1. un 19. tolejbusu maršrutus kā arī 20. maršuta autobusus. Rīgā senākais ir 1. trolejbusu maršruts. Tas atklāts 1947. gadā un kursēja no Viestura dārza uz Daugavpils ielu. 1952. gadā maršruts ieguva jaunu galapunktu Pētersalas ielā. 2009.gada vasarā šajā maršrutā pirmo reizi Rīgā izbrauca jaunie Škoda 24Tr Irisbus trolejbusi ar dīzeļģeneratoru. Šos mazos, zilos trolejbusus vadītāji sauc par pokemoniem!

Tāpat jūsu skatam paveras divi citi ar galapunktu saistīti objekti. Tas ir ziedēšanas laikā krāšņākais bumbierkoks Rīgā! Vai pamanījāt, kur bumbierkociņš atrodas? Jā, pašā centrā zaļajā laukumiņā! 1952. gadā šī galapunkta atklāšanas svētkos šo kociņu galapunktam dāvināja apkārtējo māju iedzīvotāji. Ļoti drīz jau bumbierei būs 70 gadu! Vajadzētu iekļaut pie Rīgas dižkokiem!

Tāpat jūsu skatam stabā paveras pilsētas pulkstenis! Kad jūs pēdējo reizi skatījāt laiku šāda tipa pulksteņos? Neatceraties? Šādi pulksteņi bija visos galapunktos un nozīmīgās vietās pilsētas rajonos sabiedriskā transporta maršrutu ietvaros. Interesanti ir tas, ka šos pulksteņus regulēja pa speciāliem vadiem no vadības centra un visi pilsētas pulksteņi rādīja identiski vienādu un precīzu laiku.

[ENG] Terminal point "Petersala". Currently terminal point provides service for trolleybus No. 1 and No. 19, as well as for autobus No.20. In Riga, the oldest public transportation route is for trolleybus No. 1. It was opened in 1947 and run from Viesturs Garden to the Daugavpils Street. In 1952, the route acquired new terminal point in Petersalas Street. In the summer of 2009, the new Škoda 24Tr Irisbus trolleybuses with diesel generator were departing for the first time in Riga on this route. These small, blue trolleybuses are called Pokémon’s by the trolleybus drivers! Also here is the most beautiful pear tree in Riga during flowering! In the very center of the terminal point, on the green area! In 1952, at the opening ceremony of the terminal this tree was given as a gift from residents of local houses. Very soon, this pear tree will be 70 years old. It should be included in the list of Riga secular trees! At the terminal point, a city clock is displayed on the pole! Such clocks in Soviet times were in all terminals and important places in the city districts as part of public transport routes. Interestingly, these clocks were controlled via special wires from the control center, and all the clocks of the city showed identical and accurate time.

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A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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