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Lithuania Between 1944 and 1989

Lithuania Between 1944 and 1989

Already one of the Soviet socialist republics, since 1991 it has been an independent state within the Commonwealth of Independent States formed following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. It has an area of ​​65,200 km 2 and a population which, at the 1989 census, was equal to 3,689,779 residents. Of these, 80% is represented by Lithuanians, 9.4% by Russians and 7% by Poles. The capital, Vilnius, had 596,000 residents. in 1992; other cities of a certain demographic and economic…

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Attractions in Kaunas

Attractions in Kaunas

The Old Town is an extensive and labyrinthine block of flats with many of the city’s most important attractions. These include the fort, the town hall, several fine churches and unforgettable street views. The main square of the Old Town (Rotušės aikštė) is the most significant square in the city, and its most beautiful building is the town hall. On the outskirts of the square there are many fine buildings that can be viewed during your stay from at least…

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Lithuania Guide

Lithuania Guide

Lithuania – country information Country name Lithuania Official name Republic of Lithuania Capital Vilnius Continent Europe Area 65,300 km2 Population 2,941,953 (2014) Foundation of a state 11/03/1990 The highest mountains Juozapine 294 m Longest rivers Nemunas 970 km (in the country 450 km) State system a pluralist republic with a unicameral parliament The biggest cities Vilnius (capital) 585,000, Kaunas 425,000, Klaipeda 204,000 Official language Lithuanian Ethnicity/National Composition Lithuanians 81%, Russians 8.5%, Poles 6.8%, Belarusians 1.5%, others 2.2% Religious affiliation Roman…

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