Memorial of the Holocaust Victims in Kaušėnai
WORTH VISITING: The Memorial of the Holocaust victims in Kaušėnai is dedicated to commemorate Plungė and nearby Jewish communities that were destroyed durring the World War 2. This place was selected because Kaušėnai village was the exact place where these...
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Litvak Memorial Garden
WORTH VISITING: The Litvak Memorial Garden is a unique initiative, which combines the memory of different local Jewish communities and also can be considered as an artistic installation of Lithuanian Jewish historical memory.  Get Directions For Driving Walking Transit Bicycling...
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Joseph Brodsky Memorial Bridge in Palanga
WORTH VISITING: This bridge is the only bridge in the world dedicated to Joseph Brodsky - a worldwide known poet, essayist, and Nobel Prize winner. We could say that this bridge symbolically connects the poet with his beloved town -...
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MONUMENT TO BEREK YOSELEVITZ
WORTH VISITING: In the very center of Kretinga town, a monument to Berek Yoselevitz stands, which is a unique example in Lithuania how to commemorate the specific historical figure and his symbolic moral values. At the same time, this monument...
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Jacques Lipchitz Sculpture Park in Druskininkai
WORTH VISITING: For the symbolical 110 years birthday of world-famous sculptor Jacques Lipchitz, several artists from Lithuania presented an idea of its memorial in a form of Sculpture Park. This unique art installation in Druskininkai combines artistic influences and historical...
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The Mausoleum of Vilna Gaon and his family
WORTH VISITING: In Lithuania the year 2020 was dedicated to the memory of Vilna Gaon and Jewish history in Lithuania. This symbolical dedication invites Lithuanian society to pay attention to the extraordinary story of Vilna Gaon. For religious Jews, he...
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The place of the Great Vilna Synagogue
WORTH VISITING: Even though there were more than 100 Jewish prayer houses in Vilnius at the beginning of the 20th century, but only two of them were actually called synagogues. One of them was Taharat Ha-Kodesh synagogue on Pylimo street...
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Memorial plaque to Borisas Efrosas
WORTH VISITING: On the last Sunday of each September, the medical community celebrates World Heart Day. This is the perfect day to visit Plungė and memorial plaque for doctor Borisas Efrosas on Vytautas street. Why? Because he was the first...
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Paneriai memorial
WORTH VISITING: Paneriai Memorial reminds us both of the stories of the biggest mass murder in Lithuania and of the tragic fate of local Jews during the Holocaust. A visit to this land of blood and ashes highlights the weakness...
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Romain Gary Sculpture in Vilnius
WORTH TO VISIT: The life or a writer and diplomat Romain Gary was full of adventures, and those adventures became the inspiration for several of his works. Since his childhood in Pohulanka, in Vilnius Romain was a rebellious and eccentric...
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