How is the recovery Mednitskii castle?
This is just a model of how it once looked like. There are no immediate plans to fully restore the upper castle, or the entire lower one (Except for the Royal palace which is being rebuilt as we speak)
Never been to Romania, but I was working a lot with a gang of developers from Cluj Napoca. I must say that these guys were fantastic. They were the most professional, dedicated and friendly bunch of people. I am very happy that I had a chance to know them.Beautiful castles.
You know guys, today I watched for the first time photos from Lituania and had a strange feeling, that Lituanians are very close to Romanians as a people, closer than any other. Untill now I was thinking this about Bulgarians or Albanians. Could this be because you have some close feelings toward Romanians? I know there are some cultural, maybe even genetic relations between us, as for example the Doina / Daina type of song and the fact that Dacians were speaking a language close to the Baltic languages (although I don't know if there is a significant Dacian heritage in Romanians, we're very mixed people and our history before 1200 is almost unknown).
Reading about your country and hearing from people who visited the country, you're far more educated and civilized than Romanians, who I must say, unfortunately are on average hard supportable individuals. I will try to find more about your country because I know almost nothing.
Unique, authentically restored Renaissance castle of Norviliskes shines like a diamond in the crown of Lithuanian castles. Once forgotten majestic
building was raised to live a new life. The castle, gate tower and defensive tower formed typical defensive system with a compact yard in the
centre, once. It is a rare example of such Renaissance complex not only in Lithuania, but in the whole Europe.