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Lithuania Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Lithuania Shopping, Embassy and Communication

Language Overview The official language is Lithuanian. There are a large number of dialects, such as Aukstaiciai, Zemaiciai, Suvalkieciai and Dzukai. Polish, Belarusian and, to some extent, English and German are also spoken. Public Holidays 01/01/2022 New Year 02/16/2022 Independence Day 03/11/2022 Restoration of the Lithuanian state 04/17/2022 Easter Sunday 04/18/2022 easter monday 05/01/2022 Mother’s Day 05/01/2022 Labor Day 06/05/2022 fathers day 06/24/2022 Jonines (St. John’s Day) 06.07.2022 anniversary of the coronation of King Mindaugas 08/15/2022 Assumption Day 11/01/2022 all…

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Lithuania Literature

Lithuania Literature

To trace the first elements of a Lithuanian literature, it is necessary to skip the whole Middle Ages and go back to the century of the Reformation and to the energetic action explained by the Jesuits with the Counter-Reformation in the seventeenth century. This means that the centuries of Lithuania’s greatest historical splendor are devoid of any original written documentation. Such an anachronism is only understandable if we keep in mind the historical events that Lithuania had to undergo and…

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Lithuania Culture and Traditions

Lithuania Culture and Traditions

(Lietuvos Respublika). State of northeastern Europe (65,300 km┬▓). Capital: Vilnius. Administrative division: counties (10). Population: 3,350,079 (2009 estimate). Language: Lithuanian (official), Russian. Religion: Catholics 79%, Orthodox 4.1%, others 16.9%. Monetary unit: litas, in the pl. litai (100 cents). Human Development Index: 0.869 (43rd place). Borders: Latvia (N), Belorussia (E and SE), Poland and Russia (SW), Baltic Sea (NW). Member of: Council of Europe, EBRD, NATO, UN, OSCE, EU and WTO.┬áVisit petwithsupplies for Brief Information About Lithuania. Overlooking the eastern coast…

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