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More About Lithuania

Lithuania has an unspectacular landscape, but a vibrant culture more than makes up for this. Of the three Soviet Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, it was the Lithuanians who made the most daring push towards independence. Today, Lithuanians still stand out from their fellow Baltic inhabitants as being somewhat reckless.

Vilnius, the nation's capital, is a classic eastern European historical city. It thrives on a modern, multicultural feel, while at the same time harkening back centuries in the Old Town (the largest in eastern Europe).

The seaside resort of Palanga is another of Lithuania's top attractions, boasting excellent prices and a fantastic beach. For a more mystical attraction, Lithuania's Hill of Crosses is just the place. Tthe thousands of crosses which cover the small hill were hacked down several times by the Soviets, only to reappear each time.

Lithuania is divided into 10 counties.

  • Alytus County
  • Kaunas County
  • Klaipėda County
  • Marijampolė County
  • Panevėžys County
  • Šiauliai County
  • Tauragė County
  • Telšiai County
  • Utena County
  • Vilnius County

The ancient history of Lithuania is not much different from other countries in the Baltic region. After the last Ice age settlements of several tribes began to emerge. in the 1230s the Lithuanian lands were united by Mindaugas, who was crowned as King of Lithuania on 6 July 1253. After his assassination in 1263, Lithuania was the target of attacks by the Teutonic Knights and Livonian Order. Despite these invasions, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, could grow to become the biggest country in Europe by the end of the 14th Century.

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After gaining its independence following World War I the country was annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940. Lithuania was the first of the Soviet republics to declare its independence in March 1990, a move not recognize by the USSR until September 1991.

After soviet troops left Lithuania in 1993 it restructured its economy and joined both NATO and the European Union in the Spring of 2004.

Popular Tourist Sights and Activities in Lithuania

Curonian Spit
The Curonian Spit is a small neck of land in the west of the country and divided between Lithuania and Russia.
Human habitation of this sand dune peninsula dates back to prehistoric times and throughout this period it has been threatened by the natural forces of wind and waves. Human efforts have made it possible to survive to the present. Erosion has been prevented by reforestation projects for example. It is on the Unesco World Heritage List.

Vilnius Old Town
Vilnius' Old Town was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1994 and originally much of the Old Town was the Jewish ghetto. It's one of the largest Old Towns in Eastern Europe and the biggest Baroque area in the world, with also Gothic, Renaissance and Rococo and Classical styles mixed into it all. Vilnius had an influence on the cultural and architectural development of much of eastern Europe and walking around the old town is one of the highlights of the country. The hart of the Old Town is the University with its 13 courtyards and the adjacent St. John's Church where you can up in an elevator (5LT) for an outstanding view across the Old Town and further beyond. There are also numerous other churches including the beautiful Gotchic style St. Anne's Church. Pilies Gatve is where all the action takes place, with restaurants and bars. It's a pedestrian area with some nicely restored houses and cobblestoned pavement. From there, the main throroughfare goes south towards the Gates of Dawn, the only remaining original entrance to the Old Town. Other highlights include the Basilian Gate, Presidential Palace, the Gediminas Castle, Archcathedral Basilica, Frank Zappa statue, the Lithuanian National Museum and some fine churches.

Vilnius Cathedral and Belfry
The Vilnius Cathedral and Belfry are just north of the Old Town, below the Gediminas Tower. Inside the Cathedral is the baroque chapel of St. Casimir. Outside the Cathedral, at the square, there is particular tile on which there is written the word "Stebuklas" (meaning "miracle" in Lithuanian). Stand on it, make a wish and turn around three times. This tile also marks the end of the Vilnius-Tallinn human chain in the 1989 protest of the Soviet Union. It's not signposted, because that would mean bad luck! The Belfry is one of the characteristic photo shots in the city and 57 metres high.

Hill of Crosses
The Hill of Crosses is one of the biggest attractions in Siauliai which is located in the north of the country. Many people from all over the world, especially christian piligrim travelers, come here. The origin is still unknown, but it is considered that the first crosses were placed on the former Jurgaičiai or Domantai hill fort around 1832. Over the centuries, crosses, giant crucifixes, carvings of Lithuanian patriots and statues of the Virgin Mary among others have been brought here by Catholic pilgrims.

Trakai Island Castle
The fantastic fairytale like Trakai Island Castle is located about 25-30 kilometres from Vilnius. It is located in the town of Trakai, on an island of Lake Galvė. The construction of the redbrick castle began in the 14th century by Kęstutis, and around 1409 major works were completed by his son Vytautas the Great, who died in this castle in 1430. Trakai was one of the main centers of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the castle held great strategic importance. Entrance costs 14LT (about €4) and also gives you access to the splendid museum inside, with lots of historic art, coins, clothes and more. Except for the castle itself, it is also nice to walk around and enjoy the rustic area with forests, lakes and nice walks.

Lithuania

Lithuania is the southernmost of the three Baltic states and the largest and most populous of them.

Lithuania was the first occupied Soviet republic to break free from the Soviet Union and restore its sovereignty via the declaration of independence on 11 March 1990.

Lithuania has been a member state of EU since 2004. Lithuania has embraced market reform since independence. In the run up to and period following EU entry the republic saw very strong economic growth. It applied to join the eurozone from January 2007 but was rejected because the inflation rate was too high.

Lithuania's boom years came to a sudden end in 2008, and after two decades of capitalism, the country became one of the biggest victims of the global economic crisis. Since then the country has enjoyed fairly rapid recovery.

Lithuanians are a very proud nation - they were the last country to adopt Christianity in Europe in 1387 and the first to declare independence from the USSR in 1990

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