Lithuania is a Northern European country. One of the three Baltic States, it is located along the southeastern shoreline of the Baltic Sea, toward the east of Denmark and Sweden. It is bordered by Latvia, Poland, Belarus, and Kaliningrad Oblast.
The country has the magnificent Baltic coastline and a one of a kind silver of white sand known as the Curonian Spit. Lush, inland forests watch over lakes that twinkle between the pine trees, and seaside wetlands that attract migrating birds by the tens of thousands. There are about 3000 lakes and lakelets in the country, and it is the center of Baltic pre- Christian mythology. In 2003, UNESCO announced the Lithuanian tradition and representation the masterpiece of the verbal and elusive heritage of humanity.
The capital, Vilnius is a city with worn cobbled boulevards, mysterious yards, and crumbling corners. It is shadowed only its by elegant beauty. In 1994, the Vilnius Old Town was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
St. Dwindle and Paul’s Church
Situated away from the center of Vilnius by the Neris River, magnificent St. Dwindle and Paul’s Church is worth a visit. Built to serve as a festival of the city’s freedom from Russia in the late seventeenth century, it is decorated in Baroque style all around.
St. Anne’s Church
Anne’s Church is a Roman Catholic located on the right bank of the Vilnia River. It is an outstanding example of Gothic architecture. St. Anne’s is a featured structure in the Old Town of Vilnius that allowed the district to be incorporated in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
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Palanga Amber Museum
The Palanga Amber Museum is in Tiskeviciai Palace near the Baltic Sea. Various pieces of amber are shown in multiple rooms, but the museum has amazing 28,000 pieces in its collection.
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Vilnius Old Town
Vilnia and Neris rivers in the capital of Lithuania, a standout amongst the most visited cities in Eastern Europe. The Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is considered a Baroque masterpiece. Vilnius has long been recognized as Little Rome or Jerusalem of the North. The city covers around 40 different styles of churches.
The Vilnius Cathedral is a neoclassical church in Vilnius. Located in Cathedral Square in the Old Town, the cathedral is Lithuania’s top Roman Catholic Cathedral. It’s worth a visit to find the works of art.
A reminder of Lithuania’s Soviet occupation and Nazi crimes during World War II is the rebuilt prison Ninth Fort located in Kaunas. The museum shows artifacts and information related to the genocide and holocaust period at the fort.
Trakai is surrounded by five huge lakes. Treat yourself to the shorelines; delight yourself in the beautiful display of the yacht. Visit Trakai History Museum in summer to take part in the classical music shows, medieval arts festivals.
Ancient Civilization in Kernavė
Kernavė was a medieval capital of Lithuania, now an archeological site that provides evidence of human settlements for 10 thousand years. There’s evidence of land use from the late Paleolithic Period all the way to the Middle Ages. The amazing complex of five hill forts goes all the way back to the 13th century when Kernavė served as a feudal town of artisans and merchants who received the protection of such a complex defense system.
Lithuania Oasis – The Curonian Spit
Exceptional taste of summer, ocean breath, and hot sand. The Curonian Spit has been subjected to human intervention and natural phenomena such as climatic variations for as long the country has been in existence. The social, characteristic and human-made components of the Curonian Spit social scenery represent the most vital elements of its arrangement through their shapes, volumes, materials, and capacities.
The scenery’s validity is reflected by the unmistakable and otherworldly estimations of the distinct chronicled periods that formed its personality.
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