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Vilnius Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree decoration in Vilnius in front of Cathedral Basilica, December 2019 [...]

Jewish Quarter (I)

A Jewish Quarter (known as a ghetto in West Europe) was formed in the Middle Ages in Vilnius in the area bordered Dominikonų, Vokiečių and Stiklų Streets in today's Old Town [...]

Vilnius Old Town Panoramic View

Vilnius has the most northern Baroque & the most eastern Gothic Old Town in Europe. Enjoy the panoramic view from the platform of the Gediminas Tower (Upper Castle Tower) [...]

Vilnius Old Town Hall

The current Classicist Town Hall was designed by Vilnius Classicist architect Laurinas Gucevičius in 1785-1799 after the demolition in 1781 [...]

M. K. Čiurlionis Memorial Flat Museum

Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis (1875-1911) was a famous Lithuanian Symbolist painter and composer as well as a pioneer of professional Lithuanian modern music. He lived in this building in Vilnius Old Town in 1907-1908 [...]

Church of St. Archangel Raphael

Vilnius Church of St. Archangel Raphael and the Jesuit Monastery stand at the Neris right riverside, nearby the Green Bridge, in the Šnipiškių suburb [...]

King Mindaugas Monument

Mindaugas was the only King of Lithuania from 1253 to 1263, a ruler who created Lithuania's statehood. The monument to him is erected in 2003 in front of New Arsenal that is today transformed into Lithuanian National Museum [...]

Lithuania – Geographical Center of Europe

In 1992 the French National Geography Institute carried out new calculations, according to which, the geographical centre of Europe is located 25 km to the North from Lithuania's capital Vilnius [...]

Evangelical Lutheran Church

The church was established in 1555 and was visited not only by the German merchants in Vilnius living around the Town Hall, but other inhabitants that had converted to Lutheranism used the Lutheran school, library, hospital, pharmacy, kindergarten, and homes for the elderly and orphans [...]

The House of Signatories (Karol Sztral’s House)

Karol Sztral's house in Pilies Str., today the House of Signatories. The 20 members of the Council of Lithuania signed the Act of Independence on February 16th, 1918 on the second floor of this building. Today, it is a museum [...]