• Laimis Urbonas

Did you know, Lithuania...?

Updated: Mar 24

The name Lithuania was mentioned for the first time within the Chronicles of Quedlinburg in 1009. By the conclusion of the 14th century, Lithuania was the biggest nation in Europe. The Kingdom of Lithuania was shaped by various tribes living within theregion at that moment.

And, did you know Lithuania is located in the heart of Europe?




Vilnius is ranked as a worldwide Gamma city according to GaWC studies, and it is famous for its architecture in its old town, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.


Vilnius University Library

Lithuanian is one of the oldest languages on the face of the earth. It is one of Europe's oldest vibrant Indo-European languages.


Baltic Amber (Gintaras)

Baltic Amber is known as “Lithuanian gold,” and is 34-48 million years old (Seyfullah et al. 2018), which was deposited during the Lutheran phase of the Middle Eocene.



Kaunas City

Kaunas is mentioned for the first time in the sources written in 1361 when the stone castle of Kaunas was built.



Hill of Crosses (Kryžių kalnas)

The Hill of the Crosses is a place of Christian pilgrimage with a collection of more than 200,000 wooden crosses setup on a small hill in Lithuania. The crosses began to appear after the revolt of1831 against the Russian ruling. Relatives, with no bodies to bury, erected crosses and crucifixes on the hill.


Snaigynas Lake

Did you know that Lithuania has more than 6000 lakes?



The Hill of Witches ( Raganų Kalnas)

The Hill of Witches is a unique museum of wood sculptures, where devils, witches and other folkloric characters reign supreme, telling visitors about the natural and mystical spirit of the place.


Grūtas Park

Grūtas Park is an outdoor museum within easy reach of a small Druskininkai resort town, with a huge collection of Soviet-era statues and an composition of other Soviet ideological relics from the times of the Lithuanian Soviet time.