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An interactive guide to Jewish Lithuania

The scientists from the Department of History of  the Vilnius University along with the Center for Studies of the Culture and History of East European Jews have created an interactive
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A representative of the government has sued a Capital Council

The representative of Vilnius region Vilda Vaičiūnienė filed a suit against the capital council. The clerkess is going to prove, that decorative, bilingual street plaques which have recently been hung
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Vilnius and Salcininkai regions honoured with prizes “Auksinė krivūlė”

The councils of Vilnius and Salcininkai regions were laureates of the traditional prizes “Auksinė krivūlė” awarded by the Lithuanian Councils Association. The ceremony of awarding the prizes was held on Friday,
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In German street in Vilnius-a street plaque in German

In Vilnius, we have another street, which is decorated with a street plaque with a name in a different than Lithuanian language. Such plaque, with a writing “Deutsche Straße”o in German
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“Syrokomlówka” on a straightway to lower secondary school

The Władysław Syrokomla High School has started the process of accreditation of the curriculum of high education. The council of Vilnius informed, that the application of accreditation was addressed to
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Participants of the action: „Lelewel” has to stay in Antokol

We will not be frightened when  we will be asked to take our staff, because they transport  furniture – we are not going to leave this place, “Lelewel” has to
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Czesław Miłosz’s poety – on stairs in the Old Town of Vilnius

“Nigdy od ciebie, miasto, nie mogłem odjechać. Długa była mila, ale cofało mnie jak figurę w szachach” – „Nigdy od Ciebie, miasto”(„ Never from you, o city”) –it is one
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A new Sejm will get “a inheritance” – unsettled problem of writing names

The Sejm left a project of an act of law dealing with the way of writing non-Lithuanian names politicians, who have a seat on the government front benches after October’s
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Another bilingual street plaque was unveiled in Vilnius

On Žydų (Jewish) st. in Vilnius, there was unveiled a bilingual, actually three-lingual street plaque. A Mayor of Vilnius Remigijus Šimašius and a chairman of the Association of Lithuanian Jews
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In Vilnius- a plaque in Tatar language

In Vilnius on Totoriu st. on Thursday, 15th September, was unveiled a decorative plaque in Tatar language- not paying attention on appeal of government representative in Vilnius region to take
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