Gediminas was the founder of Trakai and Vilnius
What does Frank Zappa have to do with Vilnius?
Sculpture depicts one of the city’s nine historical gates
A writer whose work took a closer look at the lives of woman
This image of John Lennon is based on a photograph of the Beatles icon
Angel of Užupis is inseparable from the history of the district
He has left a vivid legacy of Lithuanian Classical architecture
The historical monument to Lithuania’s only king
Inscriptions commemorating the victims of Soviet occupation
The sculpture is an ode to the writer’s autobiographical story
Have you heard of the Juliet of Lithuania?
This poet is one of the inspirations for Lithuania’s national movement
The Užupis girl, was created in 2002 by sculptor Romas Vilčiauskas
A famous poet of Lithuanian and Polish Romanticism
Kristijonas Donelaitis is one of the most prominent Lithuanian poets
The sculpture depicts a person at work in a long-lost profession
Wishing to attract success? Look for the 40 cm wide bronze bas-relief
The egg symbolises the revitalised Old Town district and the spring
The Annalist is a pink granite decorative sculpture
A peculiar centre of Lithuanian freedom of thought and faith
The apple symbolises love by showing that every person is worthy
A writer, composer, doctor and national awakener
These dogs were used for hunting as far back as the 16th century
By performing a spontaneous ritual, a person gets close to other locals
Considered to be one of the most prominent and influential creators
This cat helps people overcome their fears.
Display of sculptures that changes from time to time.
In 2007, a sculpture was erected to commemorate the legendary Jewish doctor Zemach Shabad, who was often referred to as Doctor Aiskauda.