Dawn Gate ( Lithuanian:Aušros Vartai, Polish: Ostra Brama, Belarusian: Вострая Брама, literally Pointed Gate) is the only gate left after the demolition of the city walls in Wilno (now Vilnius, Lithuania) between 1799- 1805. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dawn Gate"
Gediminas Castle is one of the castles in Vilnius, Lithuania. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gediminas Castle"
Siemens Arena is the largest arena in Lithuania. It generally hosts basketball games as well as concerts. It is a home of Lithuanian basketball team BC Lietuvos Rytas participating in LKL and Euroleague. It opened on the 30th of October, 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Siemens Arena"
Tyzenhaus Palace ( Lithuanian Tyzenhauzų rūmai) is a notable 18th century manor located in the city of Vilnius, Lithuania. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tyzenhaus Palace"
The Cathedral of Vilnius is the main Roman Catholic cathedral or church in Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania. It is shown in the photograph here with the cathedral tower on its right side, when one is looking at the front of the cathedral. The chapel of St. Casimir is in the cathedral. This cathedral is situated in an open area called a Cathedral Square. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vilnius Cathedral"
The Vilnius Dungeons (Vilniaus požemiai) are medieval dungeons under parts of the downtown of Vilnius. Their real size and extent, as well as purpose and age, are arguable; there are some urban legends and various theories about these dungeons. In the dungeons, there are about 4000 dead bodies. Due to the dry climate inside, many of them are naturally mummified, some others are just skeletons. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vilnius Dungeons"
The Vilnius TV Tower (Vilniaus televizijos bokštas) is a 326.5 metre (1071 feet) high building in the Karoliniškės district of Vilnius, Lithuania. It is the highest building in Lithuania, and is occupied by the SC Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre (AB Lietuvos radijo ir televizijos centras). ...more on Wikipedia about "Vilnius TV Tower" http://www.shortopedia.com never sleeps.
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