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Old May 16th, 2010, 10:16 PM   #1
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Lithuania: Vilnius and Klaipeda

My recent trip to Lithuania. A few snapshot of the capital city Vilnius and the port city Klaipėda which is located 300km away.


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The skyline of New City Center seen while entering the city from the North via A14 road
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Gediminas Avenue. The beautiful central shopping street. It has largely lost its fame as a real shopping street though. This is due to competition from large shopping malls outside the city center and partly due to the recent crisis which made shoppers' wallets thinner
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It's best to visit Vilnius during the summer, however there is no shortage of tourists during the rest of the year either. Strong growth in tourist arrivals is expected this year
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Statues at the entrance of the National Drama Theater
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"The almighty God will save you from all kinds of shit and if he won't then that's what you deserve", says the holy statue on the top of the Cathedral of Vilnius... just make sure you leave him some cash: Euros, US Dollars, Pounds Sterling and all other major currencies accepted. Oh yeah, don't forget to pray as well. Lithuania remains a largely Catholic country despite many people not being extremely strong believers. I'm thanking the almighty God that Lithuania is not as Catholic as our Southern Polish neighbours . The sooner we get rid of that religious Catholic mindset, the better it will be for all
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Volvo 7700 makes up a large part of Vilnius's bus fleet. The buses are designed for cold climate (double glazing, powerful heating system) while also have air-conditioners to cool down the hot heads during the hot periods in summer
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Old May 16th, 2010, 10:16 PM   #2
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Plate on a bridge railing: "There are poeple who care about you. Emotional support via freephone. Youth line". Sadly Lithuania is among the record-breakers when it comes to suicide rates per capita not only in Europe but the world (being second only to Belarus).
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Jewish memorial. Vilnius used to be one of the major European centers of Jewish culture prior to WW2. Sadly, no more.
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Skyline. Cathedral Bell Tower. Hanner Building (the first high-rise building built in Vilnius after 1990) and residential districts in the far background
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Free parking in the outskirts of the Old Town. I saw some guards giving warning tickets for parking illegally and not paying though. Seemingly the parking is not free anymore. The municipality has decided to get some easy cash
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Green Hall building which is also known as the headquarters of Barclays IT Center in Vilnius. Barclays runs four global IT centers: in UK, India, Singapore and Lithuania. If you have an online banking system with Barclay's it's very likely that the 'brains' of it are located in this building.
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Some freaky stuff
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Swedbank Building. A great job they did with the public terace. It's basically an open space made ontop of a lowrise part of the building which is open to all public at any time. They even provided some stylish colored chairs for those wishing to sit down and relax. There is also a cafe which is also open for public. In my opinion, this is the best contemporary building in Lithuania built with an excellent understanding and consideration for the surrounding area and not just chasing "square meters" or cheapness. A great example of how modern developments should be done in the future. The tarace instantly became one of the popular spots to hang out during nice and warm evenings
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Not just steel and glass but also wood
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View from the terace. Below there is a nice pedestrian walk and a cafe
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National Art Gallery. A recently reconstructed Soviet era building which was designed in the late 60's and completed in early 80's. The building is one of very few valuable pieces of contemporary architecture of those times in Lithuania and was preserved during the recent reconstruction
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Old May 16th, 2010, 10:17 PM   #3
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Gelezinio Vilko (Iron Wolf) Bridge. This is the widest and busiest bridge in Vilnius accomodating 8 lanes for traffic and two pedestrian sidewalks.Opposing directions are divided by a crash barrier in the middle. The bridge is 39m-wide and 260m long, completed in 1979. The bridge is in good technical condition, however the municipality has seemingly forgotten to paint it... or at least give it a good clean
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Vilnius Gate multi-purpose complex. It fulfiled the excellent urban idea of building a high-rise above a busy 6-laned highway which was an engineering challenge, however the architecture is quite bland and boring. Still a good addition to the otherwise empty landscape of the area
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If anyone would ever wonder what this is: it's a roof of... underground garage entrance/exit
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Wood can look good in modern designs. I used to be sceptical about the use of wood in modern facade constructions but changed my mind
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A few more shots of the Swedbank building

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A new pedestrian walk near the Swedbank Building. Those concrete and glass figures on the right are the decorative lighting. Looks good at night
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Old May 16th, 2010, 10:17 PM   #4
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Green Hall. "Green" because it employs some contemporary "green" technologies such as double-facade which helps to save energy on heating and cooling. Not sure how much of practical use it has but they surely played a good PR game with it. Barclays thinks it's cool
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The fellow driver who bought this 100K+ Panamera Turbo has forgot to buy a custom (or at least a decent one) number plate... now he's a "fag". It was parked in a busy area packed with tourists and foreigners working in Vilnius. Many of them are Brits... the conclusion is as follows: if you have shitloads of money, dedicate some of that to ******* learn English!
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"oh shiiiit, that loks so high, I'm gonna fall down!". What an idiot riding a horse on a roof
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Enjoying the sunny day. Still not warm enough. I was disappointed because even the trees didn't look like they were about to go green. And that was the end of April. I think things should be much greener (and warmer) by now. It was a very long winter this year
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"See what the glorious Motherland gave to us. Even if we're rusting". One of the four Soviet era statues on one of the Bridges over Neris River. All of them are in a rather bad condition and in a need of restoration. Quite recently Russia has offered money to restore those statues but Lithuanians refused despite being in deep shit finance-wise. Very clever. They probably won't get restored for another century before rusting to pieces.
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"The worse, the better". It kinda fits the previous picture
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Near "Akropolis", the largest shopping mall in Vilnius (and Lithuania) with 100K sq.m of shopping, eating and entertainment. It is a massive place and is hugely popular with locals and tourists offering hundreds of shops, a hypermarket, cinema, bowling, ice-rink, plenty of restaurants of all kinds and loads of other stuff. If youhave nothing better to do in the old town or if it's really bad weather outside, it's not a bad idea to visit there. There are at least other 2 massive shopping malls withing 5 minutes of driving so there are options to choose from. Hanging out in a shopping center is something Lithuanians have learned very quickly and seemingly enjoy
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Independence Square near the Parliament
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Russian Orthodox church
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Building on the right - a corner of the newly-built Parliament hall of the Lithuanian Parliament (Seimas) where parliamentary meetings are taking place
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Gediminas Avenue. The white building in the far distance is Vilnius Cathedral which is about 2km away
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On the right - vėrynas Bridge. Built in 1906 and recently restored is the oldest (and arguably the most beautiful) Bridge in Vilnius
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Parliament and Vilnius Gate in the background
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vėrynas bridge, Green Hall and Hanner Building
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Daytime traffic
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Gedmininas Avenue near the Parliament
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This is the end from the capital
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Klaipėda is next
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Old May 16th, 2010, 10:29 PM   #6
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Beautiful stuff, can't wait for photos from Klaipėda!
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Vilnius is really very nice; i will also wait for Klaipeda photos
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Vilinius seems to be a very modern city. Was it bombed?
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Vilinius seems to be a very modern city. Was it bombed?
I presume you're talking about the WW2? Then yes, it was, by soviet airforce and artillery in 1944, when aproximately 40% of the buildings perished.

But don't get the wrong impression - Vilnius is very much a historic city, that, despite the destruction, still has one of the larger old towns in Europe. There are plenty of threads in SCC dedicated to a more historic face of the city.
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I think the pictures can talk better than words

The Old Vilnius (not my pictures)




So Vilnius is very far from being just a "mdern" city.
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After a 3-hour ride on the A1 Motorway you will hit Klaipėda, the onlly real sea-port city of Lithuania.


Klaipėda




Klaipėda was a Prussian/German city until 1920's and was never part of Lithuania in the recent history prior to that..

Today Klaipėda is a nice, tidy if a little boring place.

The historic old-town suffered heavily during the wars but a large part of it survived to this day with the remaining historical street network. Such grid planning was untypical for Lithuanian cities and towns back in those days
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New buildings trying to resemble the old Germanic buildings. Not sure if this ia a good idea because the red-brick mania is all over Klaipėda. I understand the importance of keeping the city's identity and shapes but something different could be given a go as well
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On the right - an actual old German warehouse
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Restored public spaces near River Danė
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Something different... at least it's not using any red bricks
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The old warehouse looks much better though
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Memelis (Memel) is the old German name of Klaipėda
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People hanging out near the riverbank
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The recently restored public space near the river
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Old with new... the new trying to look old . That chimney must go!
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K and D Towers
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Access to the seafront. Previously the area was closed to public. Now it's open, only that there is nothing much to do, just an empty space with benches. There are massive plans for urban redevelopment of the seafront. Some works are slowly progressing but I guess it will take a few more years for anything serious to start happening. The projects are very nice though.
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One of the seafront projects, the Old Mill Hotel
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Europa Royale Hotel slightly off the seafront
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We were getting hungry in Klaipėda. One of us suggested to go to a Chinese place and I could not disagree because I would never miss a chance to have some Chinese food no matter where I am. Three of us got one massive portion of fried pork, three egg-fried rice and tea. It made all of us very full and costed about 15 alltogether. Not bad. Those pork pieces tasted soooo good.
I have never thought Chinese food could get so popular in Lithuania. just a few years ago there were merely a few Chinese restaurants in Vilnius. Today they are just about everywhere you go and I think it's really great!
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Some small-scale construction taking place at "Sea Gate" development. Eventually it will develop into a multifunctional complex of residential, retail, office and recreational facilities
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Still waiting its turn for restoration
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Port
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Where River Danė reaches the Baltic Sea
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K-Center
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Baltic Sea near Klaipėda
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And an obscure skyline photo from the A13 Klaipėda bypass highway
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Great photos. Are they any Germans left in Memel?
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Great photos. Are they any Germans left in Memel?
I don't think so. Like all other cities in Lithuania it was completely reshaped during the Soviet era which included a complete re-balance of the population.

According to the surveys the ethnic composition of Klaipeda in 2007 was the following:

Lithuanians 63%
Russians 28.2%
Poles 4.8%
Belarusians 0.5%
Other 3.5%

Even if there are any Germans left from the old days they are probably completely naturalized and may not even know that.
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Great photos. Are they any Germans left in Memel?
Despite the region belonging to various german states since 13th century, it has always maintained an ethnic Baltic majority.

To answer you question - yes, there are a few of them left. There is a german/memellandish community in Klaipeda.
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Thank you for informing me...seems to be a very beautiful city. I should one day take a tour of the baltic states....

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So Vilnius is very far from being just a "mdern" city.
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Great photos. Are they any Germans left in Memel?
There are lots of German tourists around Memel/Klaipeda, especially in summer months in places in Curonian Spit (Nida/Nidden, etc.).
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"The worse, the better". It kinda fits the previous picture
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An extraction from the lyrics of one lithuanian band, active in the 80s and 90s.
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In 1988, during the tour Germany, they shared the stage with these guys http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_4MKBCU6n6T...iverposter.JPG
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