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This national symbol occupies the same spot that was originally used for the worship of Perkūnas, the Lithuanian thunder god; later the Soviets turned the...
Following the road that leads to the left from the cathedral entrance brings you to two museums: the National Museum of Lithuania and the Museum of Applied...
Vilnius was founded on 48m-high Gediminas Hill, topped since the 13th century by Gedimino Tower. Its walls were ruined during the Russian occupation...
Marking the southern border of the Old Town is one of the city’s resounding landmarks, a 16th-century town gate and tower given the breathless moniker the...
This former headquarters of the Soviet KGB houses a museum dedicated to the thousands of Lithuanians who were murdered, imprisoned or deported by the Soviet...
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