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- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Vytautas Kernagis (May 19, 1951 – March 15, 2008) was a Lithuanian singer-songwriter, bard, actor, director, and television announcer. He is considered a pioneer of Lithuanian sung poetry.
Vytautas Kernagis was born to the family of actors Aleksandras Kernagis and Gražina Kernagienė . He attended M.K.Čiurlionis school (first 3 years) and Vilnius 23rd school. In 1973 he graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre .
Later the Grand Duke Vytautas The Great invited some families of Tatars to Lithuania. They were settled in Trakai , Vilnius and not far away for Alytus . It is believed that some hundreds of Tartar soldiers with their families and possessions came to the Grand Duchy of Lithuania at the end of the 14th century .
Vytautas Babravičius (born 10 March 1952), stage name Simas, is a Lithuanian country and folk rock musician. He is often described as a founder of Lithuanian country music scene. Musical career. Babravičius began his musical career while studying engineering at a university and playing at student's parties since 1967.
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.
Vytautas Kernagis was a Lithuanian singer-songwriter, bard, actor, director, and television announcer. He is considered a pioneer of Lithuanian sung poetry.
Vytautas Lalas is a strongman (strength athlete), highland games, and strongman. Vytautas was born Vytautas Lalas on July 21st, 1982 in Lietuva, Mažeikiai, Lithuania.
Origin. The origin of Gediminas himself is much debated. Some sources say he was Vytenis' ostler, others that he was of peasant stock. Some historians consider him as the son or grandson of Lithuanian or Yatvingian King/duke Skalmantas.
Vytautas Kasiulis (Simnas, Alytus County, 23 April 1918 – Paris, 12 March 1995) was a Lithuanian painter of the School of Paris, one of the most famous Lithuanian artists who became exiles in Paris after the annexation of their country by the Soviet Union.
The Gediminids (Lithuanian: Gediminaičiai, Polish: Giedyminowicze, Belarusian: Гедзімінавічы) were a dynasty of monarchs of Grand Duchy of Lithuania that reigned from the 14th to the 16th century. One branch of this dynasty, known as the Jagiellons, reigned also in Kingdom of Poland, Kingdom of Hungary and Kingdom of Bohemia. Several other branches ranked among the leading ...