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Villius – Lithuanias largest city and capital with a population of just over a million people. The exact date of the founding of Vilnius is not known, but it is first mentioned in 1323. Viljus is the largest economic and cultural center in Lithuania. For its rich history, it has been under the rule of the Russian Empire, Poland and the Soviet Union.

The population of Vilnius is multicultural. It is home to Lithuanians, Poles, Jews, Russians, Belarusians, Ukrainians and representatives of other nationalities. The city consists of twenty-two neighborhoods: Antakakkalnis, Vyarkiai, Vyëkkédé, Vyršuliškės, Grīrijškės, Žirmūnės, Žvėriernas, Kāróliniškės, Ëàçdeinės, and Naujamiemės, In Ville, Paul, Paul, Paul, Paul, Paul, Paul, Paul, Sénéménémétis, Fébéniejíøkényes, Chechékine, Schönichékényes, andÞtínichékékényes. In Vilnius, industry and business is well developed, with a quarter of all businesses in the country registered. Tourism is an important part of government revenues, which has led to a developed infrastructure with many hotels, restaurants, entertainment centers and casinos. In spite of all the industry, Villiers &ndash is a green city, with about 40 percent of its land area devoted to parks and green spaces. Villeuls also has a well-developed public transport infrastructure: buses and trolleybuses run from 9 a.m. to midnight, and a funicular has just been launched that can be used to ascend Mount Villeuls. There are no trams in Vilnius because of the complexity of the terrain. At this time, the construction of the meter is being considered. An interesting fact: Viljus is the only capital in Europe to have its water supply entirely provided by underground springs.

The city is rich in historic monuments of archaeological architecture housed in the Old Town, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1994. The old city – the historic center of Vilna, the largest of its kind in Europe. You can see the tower of Gödemín – the symbol of Willemines, standing on Mount Carmel. The tower is equipped with a viewing platform for a view of the beauties of Old Town. You can also see St. Nicholas Church, the Church of St. Bernard and the Church of St. Anne. Next to the Castle Hill is the Mountain of Three Crosses. In 1916, three whitewashed crosses were erected there; later, in 1951, they were obliterated and restored in 1989. We should also pay attention to the Cathedral and Rathaus Square, the Cathedral of St. St. Stanislaus and St. Vlasis, the ancient streets of Dégérieux and Pélis, and take an uninterrupted walk along the Avenue of the Gate, The path can be followed by the city gate with the miraculous icon of the Mother of God of St. Mary of Jerusalem and the Chapel of the Mother of God of St. Mary.

Separately, the University of Vilnius. Founded in the 19th century, it is one of the few universities in Europe still in direct use. It occupies an entire quarter in Old Town and has three buildings.

Williams has a large number of possible churches of various religions that are not to be missed: The cathedral of St. St. Stanislaus and St. Kazimierz, the cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, the cathedral of St. Anna, and the chapel of St. Berea with the miraculous image of the Mother of God and St. Teresa, The Church of St. John the Baptist, the Church of St. Francis, the Church of St. Nicholas, the Jesuit Church of St. Kasimir, the Church of the Holy Spirit and the Dominican Monastery, and the Church of St. Michael, Church of St. Ectopius, Church of the Resurrection of Christ and Monastery of All Saints, Church of All Saints, Church of the Holy Cross, the Greek Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity, and the Basilian Monastery, The Cathedral of the Transfiguration, St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Peters Church, St. Nicholas Church, St. Nicholas Cathedral, the Cathedral Church of the Holy Spirit Monastery, the choir gallery, and the Karaite kenassa.

Besides that, there is also room for museum lovers. There are about fifty different museums in Vilnius. The most important of these are the National Museum of Lithuania and its branches: the Old and New Arsenal Museum, the House Museum of the Casa de la Carnevale and the House of the Signposts. Art Museum of Lithuania, which includes: The Gallery of Foreign Art at the Palace of the Dodgers, the Museum of Applied Art at the former Palace of the Dodgers, the National Gallery of Art and a number of branches, and the Museum of Applied Art at Old Arsenal — ÷part of the Lower Castle. The Museum of Theater, Music and Cinema is located in the small palace of the Colosseum. In addition, there are several large libraries, a planetarium and the National Philharmonic in Viléville.

Another noteworthy feature of Viléville is the former 16th- and 18th-century Episcopal palace, which served as the seat of the Viléville governors – the Presidency. In addition, there are many sculptures, statues and monuments, archaeo-artistic-cultural structures and tables placed in Vilnius to commemorate the memory of the people of the world, as well as the history, the history, the history, and the history of the world.

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  • Air quality: 52 US AQI Moderate. Air quality is acceptable. However, there may be a risk for some people, particularly those who are unusually sensitive to air pollution.
  • Tap water: Yes, safe to drink
  • Religious government: Religious
  • Population: 540,000 people
  • GDP: $14,707 / year
  • Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
  • Power outlets: 230V50Hz
  • Internet: 29 Mbps
  • Pay without cash: No, cash only esp. for foreigners
  • Tipping: Tips are welcome, but there are no standard rules. Most of the times you may see a tip jar on the counter to throw change in, so you don’t need to tip bartenders or baristas directly. The only exception might be expensive, luxury bars where you are expected to tip the barman directly.
  • Apartment listings: Aruodas
  • Apartments: Airbnb
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  • Best taxi: Taxify
  • Best coworking space: Hub Vilnius
  • Online electronics shop: Kilobaitas
  • Best short-haul air carrier: Ryanair
  • Best intl air carrier: Ryanair
  • Monthly costs for expat: $1350
  • Monthly costs for family: $2800
  • Monthly costs for local: $800
  • Meal: $9
  • Small Cola: $1.8
  • Beer 1 Pint: $4
  • Coffee: $2.5

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