Today's manor ensemble includes a palace, bell tower, the Tiškevičiai Mausoleum and other buildings.
The bastion is an original example of Renaissance defensive architecture. It consists of a tower located on the city’s defensive wall, underground cannon premises, and a connecting corridor that turns into a 48-metre-long tunnel.
The Vilnius Castle Museum was opened in 1960, and in 1968 it became a subdivision of the Lithuanian National Museum.
The Glass Quarter community was formed in October 2018 in the area of Stiklių, M. Antokolskio, Gaono and Žydų streets.
One of the oldest universities in the world, Vilnius University, has 12 faculties and around 23,000 students.
In 1387, Lithuania became a Christian state and the city of Vilnius was granted Magdeburg rights. Thus, there was a need to build a city government headquarters.
The Seimas Palace is a symbol of the Lithuanian nation's resistance to the Soviet occupation.
Vilnius started developing faster in the middle of the 19th century, when the rail line St. Petersburg – Vilnius was built. New industrial, trading and residential developments were established next to the Old Town.
The Kernavė is known as the Lithuanian Troy or the Lithuanian Pompeii
The castle consists of four towers connected by walls that are almost two-metres thick and 15-metres tall
The 19th-century wooden building is preserved in the village where the poet lived and created