What country was Lithuania before it was Lithuania?
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 day Lithuania.
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Lithuania is a country in Eastern Europe.
Lithuania is in Europe Lithuania is located in Europe, northeast of Poland. It lies to the north of Belarus and to the south of Latvia, on the eastern shore of the Baltic Se…a.
Lithuania is itself a country and has sovereignty over its issues, meaning it is able to make its own laws and decide which laws of other countries it will abide by.
Lithuania is a considerably reasonable country with money.
Honestly? Lithuania was great! We were a nice country with no corrupted (well, in these days...) politicians, our basketball team was probably the best in the world, many nobl…e and smart people got back in Lithuania from US or Canada (they came back when the WWII begun, and the Soviets ocupated Lithuania), and also, Lithuania had really great economy, and we were able to travel much more.
Lithuanian is a developed country.
Lithuania is a great country, it is right next to Latvia, Estonia, Belarus and Poland. I sould now because i actually lived there. Trust me its amazing in winter its pure cold… and you can get the feeling that your like in Antarctica. However in summer its nice and warm because its like 40 degrees outside.
In Lithuania the people feel like wired words when they say something because im from Lithuania and the Capital of Lithuania is Vilnus I know!
Not for the last 21 years.
No. It is in Eastern Europe.
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Latvia on north, Belarus on southeast, Poland on southwest and Russia (Kaliningrad) on the southwest.
Lithuania is its own country and does not have any nations residing within its borders. Lithuania also does not contain states, although it does have counties.
Lithuania does not use the Euro. It's currency is the Litas. Only 17 of the 27 \ncountries that are members of the organisation called the European Union\nuse the Euro. The… other 10 countries, Lithuania being one of them, use \ntheir own currencies.