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... leaning Lithuanian commoners and Orthodox Ruthenians lived side-by-side peacefully, each group building their own temples in their own streets and districts". In the 17th century Russia invaded Lithuania, and from then on Poland-Lithuania lost its power, as did Vilnius lose its importance as a seat of power. Religious tolerance disappeared with the invasion of the Russia and Sweden. In 1795, Russia invaded Lithuania and remained for 120 years.
... the whole nation loved this until the found out he done the same to all the Baltic countries. All they done was change the name, so it wasn't even unique. Then she took us on a walk down German road which used to be where the wealthiest people loved before the war. Then it go bombed. Once we walked down the bottom of the road we where standing in a small Jewish ghetto. Nothing remains apart from a plaque to show us what it was like. Where the Jewish synagogue used to be now stands ...
... combined forces of Lithuania and Poland absolutely trounced the Teutonic Knights, effectively crippling them and starting their downfall. Apart from that, I found myself feeling surprisingly bored. I think I'm starting to get to saturation point with museums, which is something I never thought would happen.
The two arsenal buildings sit at the foot of Gedminas' Hill, which is the site of the city's medieval fortress. All that is left of the castle now is the ruins ...
Vilnius was founded in 1323. We strolled through the old city (in the rain). The Jewish area was particularly interesting. Something like 200,000 Jews were in Lithuania before the Nazis came in and sent them off to be exterminated. Then we went to the KGB museum. Formerly a KGB prison, it was horrific! Thousands of Lithuanians were tortured, imprisoned and killed in ...
As we had miscalculated the exchange rate in Latvia we were left with 35Lat (approx €50) to spend before we left, so we decided to do a big supermarket shop and stock up on food for the trip. We calculated each item and made it out of there with 1 santim (like 1 cent) which was a good effort! We made it into Vilnius in the late afternoon and walked from Cathedral Square, which is at the top of the old town, ...