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... into the crypt which housed the remains of God knows .
Built in pagan times, the Church of St Nicholas smelled of incense. It was largely roped off. No pix were allowed. Its iconostasis was of dark wood, covering the entire far side of the church.
The sun had peeked out as I carried on. People here by and large do not cross when it says 'do not walk', very reminiscent of Copenhagen. Vilnius seems to be a prosperous city. It does have, ...
... fresh fruit and veg to underwear. I think it was primarily a food market but later expanded out to other stuff. After the market hall I wondered into the historic old town of Vilnius. One of the things I did gleam from the internet was that Vilnius has a really well kept old historic town. As with most old towns there was a gateway, this one was called 'the gates of dawn'. I have no idea why it was called that, the gateway itself is not much of ...
... the old gates at the top of the hill and walking down through the narrow streets of the old town. as i said last night what a beautiful place. Late morning we left the city and drove 28km to visit to Trakai Castle, built on a fortified island at the beginning of the 15C. Very little is original, it is mostly restored to how it was thought to be. It is a very pretty setting right on the lake and the ...
... day is April 1 (for obvious reasons), their national flag has a picture with a hand with a hole in the centre to show that even if you hold your hand in front of your face in disbelief, you can still each other and what is going on. They even have a constitution and… wait for it…four warning/traffic signs.
East Europeans don’t smile much as they had 70 years of suffering and nothing to smile about and still rarely smile (I am serious) ...
... all the way through Latvia and to the end of Lithuania to protest the communist rule. What an amazing feat of coordination and accomplishment to get millions of people in a line holding hands through three countries. My guide remembered it and was part of the line of people. How come I don't ever remember hearing anything about something as remarkable as ...