Anyksciai in Lithuania

The town of Anyksciai (Lithuanian: Anykšciai) in Lithuania grew around an estate founded at the confluence of the Anykšta and Šventoji rivers and is first mentioned in written sources in 1442. It acquired city rights in 1516, but fell into ruin after several serious fires, and...
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Ukmerge Central Lithuania

Ukmerge (Ukmergė) is a city on the banks of the Šventoji River, first mentioned in historical sources in the 13th century. Its earlier name - Vilkmergė, Vilkamergė refers to a tributary of the Šventoji. A fortress hill at the confluence of the Šventoji and Ukmergėlė (also...
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Kedainiai Lithuania

Kedainiai is the only provincial city in Lithunia with an Old Town mae of brick and stone. The city has lovely churches and interesting old buildings. Kedainiai is stuated close to Kaunas so it's worth it to combine them in a city trip.
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Panevezys Lithuania in Lithuania

Panevezys Lithuania
Panevezys (Panevėžys) is the largest city in central Lithuania and the fifth largest city of the country. It's at the junction of several principal roadways. The name of the settlement straddling the Nevezis was first mentioned in 1503 in a writing issued by the Lithuanian...
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