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... remnant of the royal castle of the founding, and only, King of Lithuania. Also, the grisly former KGB Headquarters that is now a museum to the Genocide that resulted. The latter, rather like Auscwitz, is a place you have to see but it was far too disturbing for me to take photos. The detention cells and killing room where at least 1000 people were despatched will never be forgotten. 30 kms away is the Island Castle of Trakai dating ...
... ourselves up. An hour or so later the girls left to go home because it was 6am and we all needed our sleep. The following day Johannas and Mark were going to see the castle of Trakai which is about 20/25miles out of the city. I on the other hand was going to move city which was the second largest city it Lithuania called Kaunas. I soon changed my mind when I saw some pictures of the castle. We caught a local bus to Trakai bus station and then had to walk a few kilometres to the ...
... Dawn Gate. I was surprised to see l'Institut français and La bibliothèque française. The Russian Orthodox Church of St-Nicholas was next. It was very quiet inside and it is made clear that appropriate behavior is expected: men must remove their hat, no bare arms or legs, no talking and no cameras. Here's the interior I found on the internet. There's ...
... the square from a beautiful cathedral. I think that it is a very young city. The Tauck group gathered for cocktails and a welcome dinner at 6. There are 37 in our group and our leader is a young woman named Johanna. She had actually had been our guide on the Christmas markets tour. We sat with a couple from Chicago (Sheila and Eilert) whose luggage did not make ...
... Approximately two million people joined their hands to form a human chain spanning over 400 miles across the three Baltic States – Estonian, Latvia, and Lithuania. All were republics of the Soviet Union.
The demonstration originated in "Black Ribbon Day" protests held in the western cities in the 1980s. It marked the 50th anniversary of the ...