Mostly they are tall, slim and have brown hairs.
Yes, Lithuania is one the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea and is north of Poland.
You can see the palace of the Grand Dukes, the museum of genocidevictims, Gedimina's Castle and Vilnius Cathedral.
The collectivization (nationalization of private land and merging it into big units of land, where former land owners had to work for a salary) crippled the Lithuanian agriculture, and it still has not regained full potential to this day. During the rule of Soviet Union, moral decay has made way...
In early Middle Ages it was called The Grand Duchy of Lithuania (Lietuvos DidÅ¾ioji KunigaikÅ¡tystÄ), from 1569 to 1795, after forming a commonwealth with Poland it was called the Commonwealth Republic of Both Nations (AbiejÅ³ TautÅ³ Respublika in Lithuanian, Zeczpospolita in Polish)...
No. Lithuania uses Lithuanian Litas.
Lithuanians play basketball, tennis, football and winter sports.
Possibly Zydrunas Savickas - one of the strongest men in the world and Virgilijus Alekna - one of the best athletes in the world.
ar tu uzsiemes? (for a male) ar tu uzsiemusi? (for a female)
UÅ¾siÄmÄs (if you're talking about a male) UÅ¾siÄmusi (about female)
They are by the Baltic Sea.
He was half Lithuanian, because his mother was an immigrant from Lithuania.
Not many that is why most Lithuanians, Latvians, Polish and Russians move to England to search for jobs to provide for themselves or their family.
The country of Lithuania is located in Europe. The surrounding countries are Russia, Poland, Belarus, and Latvia. Some physical features are the Baltic Sea and the Neman River. The climate is moderately continental. The summers and winters are moderate. The natural resources are peat, and arable...
city in a country that borders lithuania, latvia, and russia is minsk in belarus
1991 17 September Lithuania was admitted to the United Nations.
Scotland are far better, for the simple reason that Scotland have played in a few world cups. but Lithuania have not reached a europen cup leave alone a world cup.
You must live in Lithuania for a long period of time. ~10-15 yr. Btw, you must be married to any lithuanian citizen and must decline of being other country's citizen.
Geriausi linkejimaigimtadienio progal!
According to statistics,the people in Lithuania who are Catholics are more than two million eight hundred forty thousand. They account 79% of the population. \n
In August, 1991 Russia formally recognized Lithuanian independence, but only in August, 1993 The last Russian soldiers left Lithuania. So, it's 1991 - 1993.
7 in the winter olympics.
Yes, it is known as "MaÅ¾eikiÅ³ nafta", now controlled by PNK Orlen.
The main reason is that the Vasa dynasty granted a lot of privileges to the nobility of the Commonwealth, and later, the only way one could become a king was by signing a document which expanded the powers of the Sejm (Parliament). By the middle of 17th century the Sejm was much more powerful than...
Yes, it is a country in Europe.
\nlabas (lah-buzz), sveikas (sway-kuzz)
It's "Sveika, brangioji, pas mus viskas gerai, o kaip tu?".
All. Lithuania is a completely independent nation.
Because, in 17th-18th century it was shared between Prussia, Austria and Russia. After that, only a bit full of Lithuanians (in other places there were Belarussians, used to be Prussia, became new countries before that...) declared independence. Also, Kaliningrad used to be Lithuanian, and it had to...
Most are catholics, a small fraction is orthodox Christians, VERY small amounts of Jewish and Muslim faith. Basically, 95% catholics.
2009 figures for the birth rate of Lithuania indicate 9.11 births per 1,000 population.
Germany invaded Poland in 1939 and in the next few years invadedmuch of Europe.
Kosmaras guobu gatveje is a Lithuanian equivalent to the title of the movie 'A Nightmare on Elm Street'.
Lithuania was forced to annex in the Soviet Union in 1940. It declared independence from Soviet Union in 1990.
Kuzdesiu sala is the Lithuanian equivalent to the title of the movie 'Shutter Island'.
Grain is grown in Lithuania, for hay and silage. They grow grain very early in order to smother the production of weeds. Maize is also grown for silage production on some progressive bendroves and there is increasing interest in its use now that early maturing varieties, that can produce a good crop...
Tsar Nikolai the 2nd, since from 1795 to 1918 Lithuania was occupied by the Russian Empire.
Kugelis (kugeliai) - represents a pudding made from potatoes *The most important product in Lithuania is the bread made from Rye It replaces the Wheat bread and it is known to be healthier. *Potatoes, cabage, beets, and cucumbers are known in the dishes- cabage being most common in soups. ...
Pirslybos is a Lithuanian equivalent to the title of the movie 'The Proposal'.
Lithuania was a part of the Russian Empire from 1795 to 1918.
Lithuania had declared neutrality on the eve of WWII, therefore was NOT obliged to fight in WWII. It was the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact that sealed Lithuania's fate in the 2nd World War. Lithuania never took any military actions as a state neither against the USSR, nor Nazi Germany. The only...
Julie ir Julia is a Lithuanian equivalent of the title to the movie 'Julie and Julia'.
Since Lithuania has been competing as a separate nation at the Winter Olympics, no athlete representing Lithuania has won a gold medal. When Lithuania was competing with the team from the USSR, there were 2 Lithuanian born athletes to win a gold medal. 1) Algimantas Å alna, born in VidiÅ¡k...
Elijaus knyga is a Lithuanian equivalent of the title to the movie 'The Book of Eli'.
Vilkolakis is a Lithuanian equivalent to the title of the movie 'The Wolfman'.
Ghost is an English equivalent of the Lithuanian word 'Vaiduoklis'.
Lithuania is bigger. Lithuania is 65 000 square kilometers, Estonia is 45 000 sq. km
Depends on what you call hot or cold. The temperature in the Summer is usually about 22 degrees Celsius, during winter it is about -10; -15 degrees Celsius, depending on the year.
13 or 14 - don't know exactly.
Before Lithuania was the country it is today, it was part of a major empire. This empire was the Soviet Union (USSR). It was an empire created by the country of Russia after the downfall of their previous empire. The Soviet Empire then broke up into about 15 countries, one of those being the modern...
The enclave of Kaliningrad
Lithuanian mountains are quite low. According to the weblink below, where a list of named mountains can be found, they are all below 300m in height. The highest "hill" (rather than mounatin) is Juozapines Kalnas, with an elevation of 294 metres.
Some people in Lithuania speak English, but it is not an English-speaking country, in that English is not the primary language of the people.
Lithuania is said to be a very politically stable country.Lithuania rarely has civil wars or unrests in the public domain.
A complex question, to complex for this form There is a good description of their government on WIKI pedia
In 2016, there were 2.872 million people in Lithuania.
The Baltic Sea. It has amazing beaches in Poland.
Currency in Lithuania: litas (LTL)
Maybe. Nothing is impossible :)
Two major cities, actually - Kaunas and Vilnius. Vilnius is a capital, enough said. And Kaunas is a city with a great infastructure, highest density, and many industry places. Also, there is Klaipeda, it's the only port in Lithuania.
protesed against those bloody soviet Russian bastards
Lithuanian. It is that simple, just add an n. .
If you mean a seaside beach then there are two major ones: Palanga and Nida. The first one is more popular, noisy and cheap. The second one is smaller, located in a national park and very beautiful. Both are a bit more then 300km from Vilnius. Apart from the seaside beaches you could go to one of...
Lithuania has never been a part of Poland.
Lithuania is a considerably reasonable country with money.
Answer: Lithuania.... Lithuanians are the primary speakers of Lithuanian. However, people around the world learn the Lithuanian language out of interest, love of their heritage (if they are Lithuanian), or wish to one day travel/move to Lithuania.
Lithuania is an independent democratic republic. The President is elected for 5 years by the direct vote of all citizens. The President appoints the Prime Minister who is head of Government. He also appoints Ministers nominated by the Prime Minister. The President signs and promulgates laws issued...
Probably the white stork. Lithuania has more than 11000 pairs of them, it's the highest known density of this species in the world.
Lots of forests, paddocks, cropfields, several hills, but mainly plain.
No. The two are separate countries with quite unique, yet soemtimes intertwined, histories. Russia evolved from the area first called Kievan Rus (pronounced 'Keh-yi-van Roos') in the ninth century. After its disintegration that area of Eurasia became dominated by Moscow under Mongol rule, which...
LTL stands for Lithuania's currency litas (1 EUR = 3.4528 LTL)
The slang word for grandfather in Lithuanian would be "diedukas". Pronunciation - deeah-dwo-kahs.
Czech Republic; Latvia; Ireland; Bosnia and Herzegovina.
You need to be MUCH more specific. Please post a new question with the bill's date, seal color, how worn it is, and whether there is a small letter near the date. Note that $1 bills with the date 1957 are only worth about $1.25, and anything from 1963 to the present is worth $1.
Lithuania is Semi-presidential republic, so there are three main leaders: The President - Dalia GrybauskaitÄ The Prime Minister - Andrius Kubilius Seimas (parliament) Speaker - Irena DegutienÄ
JÅ«sÅ³ brangusis. If you refer to a person, Mano brangusis.
No. I'm Lithuanian, and this doesn't sound like anything Lithuanian. Probably it's Polish. Or even from the middle Europe countries, such as Czech Republic, and Hungary.
It would be a fair guess that 100% of people who are capable of speech in Lithuania actually speak Lithuanian.
Belarus to the Southeast, Baltic-Russia to the Southwest, Latvia to the North, Poland to the South and the Baltic Sea to the West. Latvia, Belarus, Poland and Russia (Kaliningrad Oblast).