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Vilna
Vilnius
Vilnius
(Lithuanian pronunciation: [ˈvʲɪlʲnʲʊs] ( listen), see also other names) is the capital of Lithuania
Lithuania
and its largest city, with a population of 574,221 as of 2017[update].[6] Vilnius
Vilnius
is in the southeast part of Lithuania
Lithuania
and is the second largest city in the Baltic states. Vilnius
Vilnius
is the seat of the main government institutions of Lithuania
Lithuania
and the Vilnius
Vilnius
District Municipality. Vilnius
Vilnius
is classified as a Gamma global city according to GaWC
GaWC
studies, and is known for the architecture in its Old Town, declared a UNESCO
UNESCO
World Heritage Site in 1994.[8] Before World War II, Vilnius
Vilnius
was one of the largest Jewish centres in Europe
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Eastern European Time
Eastern European Time
Eastern European Time
(EET) is one of the names of UTC+02:00 time zone, 2 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time
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Rasos (Vilnius)
Rasos is an eldership in the Vilnius
Vilnius
City Municipality, Lithuania. It occupies 16.3 km². According to the 2011 census, it has a population of 10,597.[1] Sports[edit] Liepkalnis area[edit]Liepkalnis Winter Sports Centre LFF StadiumReferences[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Rasos.^ http://statistics.bookdesign.lt/table_125_10.htm?lang=lt#viln_mv t eElderships of VilniusAntakalnis Fabijoniškės Grigiškės Justiniškės Karoliniškės Lazdynai Naujamiestis Naujininkai Naujoji Vilnia Paneriai
Paneriai
(Žemieji, Aukštieji) Pašilaičiai Pilaitė Rasos Senamiestis Šeškinė Šnipiškės Verkiai Vilkpėdė Viršuliškės Žirmūnai ŽvėrynasThis Lithuanian location article is a stub
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Justiniškės
Justiniškės, located in western edge of Vilnius, is one of the newest districts in the capital of Lithuania. It is also one of the 21 elderships of Vilnius
Vilnius
city municipality. It was built mainly in the 1980s as a microdistrict. Almost all buildings are large Soviet-built residential apartment complexes. According to the Lithuanian census of 2011, it has a population of 27,462. Facilities[edit] There are about 289 large apartment buildings. Streets in Justiniškės: Taikos (Peace), Rygos (Riga), Justiniškių, Ežeraičio, Skatulės and Mozūriškių. Justiniškės
Justiniškės
has stores from major Lithuanian store chains such as IKI, Maxima, Norfa and Rimi
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Karoliniškės
Karoliniškės
Karoliniškės
is a microdistrict and eldership of Vilnius, Lithuania. The building of this district was started in 1971.Apartment complexes in Karoliniškės
Karoliniškės
district Karoliniškės
Karoliniškės
covers about 3.7 km² area. There is about 1.015 km² of the slop area along the Neris
Neris
River, and about 0.11 km² of a small forest, called Pasakų parkas (park of fairy-tales). The highest building in Lithuania, the Vilnius
Vilnius
TV Tower, is also situated in this district. Karoliniškės
Karoliniškės
was the main site of the January Events of 1991. History[edit] The oldest inhabitants of the neighborhood of Karoliniškės
Karoliniškės
tell that their village was named after a former mansion heiress Karolinka
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Lazdynai
Lazdynai
Lazdynai
(Lithuanian: Lazdynų seniūnija, Lazdynai) is an eldership in Vilnius, Lithuania, situated on the right bank of the Neris River. It covers area of 9.9 square kilometres (3.8 sq mi) and has population of 31,097 (according to the 2011 census). The word means "hazel bushes" in Lithuanian. History[edit]1893 map of the area from the Russian EmpireSince the 1950s, the Baltic states
Baltic states
experienced fast population growth and faced housing shortages. When the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev put forth his program of fast residential construction, based on prefabricated panel buildings dubbed khrushchovkas, it threatened the integrity of the well-preserved historical style of Vilnius. A group of architects struggled against the intrusion of khrushchovkas into the historical city center. Eventually they were awarded with the project to build a satellite city outside Vilnius
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Naujamiestis, Vilnius
Naujamiestis is an eldership in the Vilnius
Vilnius
city municipality, Lithuania. It occupies 4,9 km². According to the 2011 census, it has a population of 23,232.[1] References[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Naujamiestis.^ http://statistics.bookdesign.lt/table_125_10.htm?lang=lt#viln_mv t eElderships of VilniusAntakalnis Fabijoniškės Grigiškės Justiniškės Karoliniškės Lazdynai Naujamiestis Naujininkai Naujoji Vilnia Paneriai
Paneriai
(Žemieji, Aukštieji) Pašilaičiai Pilaitė Rasos Senamiestis Šeškinė Šnipiškės Verkiai Vilkpėdė Viršuliškės Žirmūnai ŽvėrynasThis Lithuanian location article is a stub
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Naujininkai
Naujininkai
Naujininkai
is one of the neighborhoods of Vilnius, Lithuania. It is situated in the south-west of the city and lies between Vilnius International Airport and the railway station. It has an eldership status. It has an Old Believers
Old Believers
cemetery and a church. History[edit] Since the 19th century, the territory of Naujininkai
Naujininkai
was used as a cemetery. Naujininkai
Naujininkai
holds the only Old Believer cemetery in Vilnius. In 1825, two merchants bought a plot in Naujininkai
Naujininkai
and built a wooden meeting-house. In the 19th century, when steam energy started to spread, many factories in the suburbs of Vilnius
Vilnius
built chimneys, because of that Naujininkai
Naujininkai
was called Kaminai (English: chimneys)
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Naujoji Vilnia
Naujoji Vilnia
Naujoji Vilnia
(Polish: Nowa Wilejka) is a neighborhood in eastern Vilnius, Lithuania
Lithuania
situated along the banks of the Vilnia River. It has eldership status. According to the 2011 census, the municipality has a population of 31,933.[1]Contents1 History 2 People 3 Twin towns 4 Footnotes 5 ReferencesHistory[edit] New Vileika started as a separate town in the second half of the 19th century when the Warsaw – Saint Petersburg Railway
Warsaw – Saint Petersburg Railway
was built. It grew as a narrow strip along the rails. Then another major Libau–Romny Railway line connecting Vilnius
Vilnius
with Minsk
Minsk
was built. In 1911, Church of St. Casimir was built
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Pašilaičiai
Pašilaičiai
Pašilaičiai
is an eldership in the Vilnius
Vilnius
city municipality, Lithuania. It occupies 7,9 km². According to the 2011 census, it has a population of 33,056.[1] References[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Pašilaičiai.^ municipality statistics-municipality.v t eElderships of VilniusAntakalnis Fabijoniškės Grigiškės Justiniškės Karoliniškės Lazdynai Naujamiestis Naujininkai Naujoji Vilnia Paneriai
Paneriai
(Žemieji, Aukštieji) Pašilaičiai Pilaitė Rasos Senamiestis Šeškinė Šnipiškės Verkiai Vilkpėdė Viršuliškės Žirmūnai ŽvėrynasThis Lithuanian location article is a stub
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Pilaitė
Pilaitė
Pilaitė
is an elder ship in the Vilnius
Vilnius
city municipality, Lithuania. It occupies 13,9 km². According to the 2011 census, it has a population of 20,320.[1] Pilaitė
Pilaitė
is one of the newest elderships in Vilnius, with many buildings under construction
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Šeškinė
Šeškinė
Šeškinė
is a fairly new district located in the north of Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, built in 1977 as a microdistrict.[1] Šeškinė
Šeškinė
is a largely residential district although it is also home to the Akropolis Mall, one of the largest in Eastern Europe. The second largest sports facilities in Lithuania, the Siemens Arena
Siemens Arena
and the Lietuvos Rytas Arena, are also located there. The only water park in Vilnius
Vilnius
was opened on June 1, 2007 next to the Siemens Arena. Earlier, the village of Šeškinė
Šeškinė
was located there, from which the neighborhood derives its name.History[edit] In historical sources, Šeškinė
Šeškinė
has been mentioned in 1390 and 1545. From 12th till mid-19th centuries, the current territory of Šeškinė belonged to Radziwiłł
Radziwiłł
family
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Antakalnis
Antakalnis
Antakalnis
(lit. 'the place on hills') is an eldership in the Vilnius city municipality, Lithuania. Antakalnis
Antakalnis
is one of the oldest historical suburbs of Vilnius
Vilnius
City. It is located in the eastern section of Vilnius, along the left bank of the Neris
Neris
River, with the river running along the whole western side of the district.[1] The Antakalnis
Antakalnis
eldership is the second largest in Vilnius, with an area of 77.2 km². One of the greatest Lithuanian Baroque
Baroque
masterpieces, the Roman Catholic Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, is situated in Antakalnis, as is Sapieha Palace (Sapiegų rūmai)
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Verkiai
Verkiai
Verkiai
(Polish: Werki) is a northernmost eldership in Vilnius, Lithuania. Historically it was a separate settlement situated north of Vilnius
Vilnius
but today it is a part of Vilnius
Vilnius
city municipality. It occupies 5,565 ha and has 42,179 inhabitants. Verkiai
Verkiai
Regional Park has been established in 1991 to preserve a valuable composition of historical, cultural, architectural, and nature landmarks. Landmarks[edit] Verkiai
Verkiai
has been known from Middle Ages, since Bishop of Vilnius
Vilnius
built his palace here. It has been a residence of noble families in Verkiai Palace. Verkiai Calvary
Verkiai Calvary
is the second oldest Calvary in Lithuania
Lithuania
established in 1662–69
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Vilkpėdė
Vilkpėdė
Vilkpėdė
is an eldership in the Vilnius
Vilnius
city municipality, Lithuania. It occupies 10,8 km². According to the 2011 census, it has a population of 21,346.[1] References[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Vilkpėdė.^ http://statistics.bookdesign.lt/table_125_10.htm?lang=lt#viln_mv t eElderships of VilniusAntakalnis Fabijoniškės Grigiškės Justiniškės Karoliniškės Lazdynai Naujamiestis Naujininkai Naujoji Vilnia Paneriai
Paneriai
(Žemieji, Aukštieji) Pašilaičiai Pilaitė Rasos Senamiestis Šeškinė Šnipiškės Verkiai Vilkpėdė Viršuliškės Žirmūnai ŽvėrynasThis Lithuanian location article is a stub
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Viršuliškės
Viršuliškės
Viršuliškės
is an eldership in the Vilnius
Vilnius
city municipality, Lithuania. It occupies 2,6 km². According to the 2011 census, it has a population of 14,733.[1] History[edit] Before the neighborhood was incorporated into Vilnius
Vilnius
city municipality in 1969, it was a small settlement
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