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... from an internet site summarise the ensuing history of Vilnius. If you are not particularly interested, then please skip a few paragraphs!
"With the revolution of Russia and German surrender in World War 1 the rulers of Vilnius changed some 10 times in years 1918-1922. The city was culturally important to four different ethnicities: Lithuanians, Poles, Jews and Belarusians. Furthermore, both Russian monarchists and communists wanted to restore the former boundaries ...
... which had some good exhibitions about the history of Kaunas and its people, also about the radio factory.
Having eaten the night before in a vegetarian restaurant which turned out to sell curry, last night we ate somewhere quite different. It has pictures outside of around 15 dishes, with prices, and is also a bakery. We both had soup and a small main dish, and it all came to about £5.50.
Today's train ride was thro pine forest and rural areas. ...
... cooler than their presentation. For example the valley of song was just a modern amphitheater. I spent a bit of time walking. When I first made it to Vilnius, I was so hot. I had to go back to the hostel and take off my fleece lined leggings and my outer coat. It's been around 60 degrees. Add walking and the sun and I was very warm. I really liked the temperature. I climbed a tower and saw the little wolf statue. ...
... in medieval Lithuania, but also how rich they were. The many lakes and bogs in Lithuania have preserved much organic material, so there is substantial knowledge of the clothes that people wore in the different parts of the country.
I then made my way to the museum in the Old Arsenal building. This museum covers Lithuanian history from the middle age onwards. The high point of the musuem (for me at least) was a massive diorama of the battle of Grunwald in 1410, ...
... s a 1915 rendezvous in the works.
Shower, computer time, a bit of Vana Tallinn and pix downloaded. A light drizzel started to fall, the sky a blue/grey mix. Chilled until the 1915 rendezvous.
Some of the English were afraid of the rain! Fortunately it tapered off and roomie, Kevin, Tony, Lardass, Heather and I went walkabout. Heather had done some earlier reconnoitring re restaurants.
Walked toward the old town and settled on ...