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  1. Vytautas Alantas - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Vytautas Alantas (born Vytautas Benjaminas Jakševičius, 18 June 1902 – 24 April 1990) was a Lithuanian writer, journalist, and political ideologue. Educated in France, Alantas worked as a journalist of the Lithuanian news agency ELTA and chief editor of the official daily Lietuvos aidas.

  2. Vytautas Kavolis - Wikipedia

    Vytautas Kavolis From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Vytautas Kavolis (October 8, 1930 in Kaunas – June 25, 1996 in Vilnius) was a Lithuanian -born American sociologist, literary critic, and culture historian.

  3. Vytautas V. Landsbergis - Wikipedia

    Vytautas V. Landsbergis (born 25 May 1962 in Vilnius): Lithuanian writer, journalist, director of films and theater, children's book writer, son of Vytautas Landsbergis and father of Gabrielius Landsbergis.

  4. Vytautas Valius - Wikipedia

    Vytautas Valius (24 August 1930 in Telšiai – 28 September 2004 in Vilnius) was a Lithuanian painter and graphic designer. Valius graduated from the Lithuanian State Art Institute (now Vilnius Academy of Art). He worked in the fields of illustration of prints, paintings and books.

  5. Vytautas Landsbergis - Wikipedia

    Vytautas Landsbergis [ˈvʲîːtɐʊtɐs ˈɫɐ̂ˑnʲdzʲbʲɛrʲɡʲɪs] (listen) (born 18 October 1932, in Kaunas, Lithuania) is a Lithuanian conservative politician and Member of the European Parliament.

    • 18 October 1932 (age 87), Kaunas, Lithuania
    • Algirdas Brazauskas (as the Speaker of the Seimas and acting President of Lithuania)
  6. Vytautas Andriuškevičius - Wikipedia

    Vytautas Andriuškevičius (born 8 October 1990), commonly known as Vytas, is a Lithuanian footballer who plays as a left back for FC Kyzylzhar.

  7. Kaunas - Wikipedia

    Kaunas is notable for the diverse culture life. Kaunas Symphony Orchestra is the main venue for classical music concerts. There is an old circus tradition in Kaunas. There was established static circus in the Vytautas park of Kaunas in the beginning of the 19th century.

  8. Lutsk - Wikipedia

    Lutsk is an ancient Slavic town, mentioned in the Hypatian Chronicle as Luchesk in the records of 1085. The etymology of the name is unclear. There are three hypotheses: the name may have been derived from the Old Slavic word luka (an arc or bend in a river), or the name may have originated from Luka (the chieftain of the Dulebs), an ancient Slavic tribe living in this area.

  9. Skuodas - Wikipedia

    Skuodas also had a new cinema with modern equipment. The city suffered severely during World War II. After the war the ruined rectangular square was rebuilt. In 1992 the coat of arms of Skuodas was approved. Nowadays Skuodas has a gymnasium, a primary school, a secondary school and a high school.

  10. Rose garden - Wikipedia

    A rose garden or rosarium is a garden or park, often open to the public, used to present and grow various types of garden roses or rose species.Designs vary tremendously and roses may be displayed alongside other plants or grouped by individual variety, colour or class in rose beds.

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