Vilnius – Gedimino Prospektas 2nd May 2010

Lukiskes Square – place of execution of Polish-Lithuanian-Belarusian heros – commanders of January Uprising in 1863 against Tsar’s despotism – Zygmunt Sierakowski and Konstanty Kalinowski.

Orthodox Church closing the view of Gedimino Prospektas.

Lukiskes Square once again.

Former headquarters of KGB in Lithuanian SSR. At present seat of the court and The Museum of Genocide Victims.

Sample of modern architecture, probably 80-ies.

Sculpture depicting Żemaite – Lithuanian writer.

Once again modern architecture, also probably 80-ies.

Really interesting modern architecture, especially waving lines, in absolute harmony with neighbouring classicist buildings.

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