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22 October 2017
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VilNews had 100.000 visits in 6 months!


VilNews
has been online for a little over six months now. When we started, our goal was to reach 100 000 visits in ONE year. Experts thought we were kidding. The fact is that we reached the target in just six months! 

Thanks to you, dear readers!

Among the things we're going to focus on this autumn and winter, is to tell you more about this nation's relations with other countries around the world. For better or worse. Open, forthright talks will still be our standards.

Please write us with your ideas and comments!

The illustrations below show some characteristics of the nations we will cover, things that make them known here, presented in Lithuania’s flag colours.



ARTICLE NO. 1
HUNGARY




ARTICLE NO. 2:
ITALY


ARTICLE NO. 3:
KARAIMS


ARTICLE NO. 4:
DENMARK



ARTICLE NO. 5:
JAPAN



ARTICLE NO. 6:
CANADA

ARTICLE NO. 7:
GERMANY





ARTICLE NO. 8:
CHINA



ARTICLE NO. 9:
INDIA


ARTICLE NO. 10:
SWEDEN



ARTICLE NO. 11:
TATARS



ARTICLE NO. 12:
USA


ARTICLE NO. 13:
RUSSIA


ARTICLE NO. 14:
BELARUS


ARTICLE NO. 15:
ICELAND


ARTICLE NO. 16:
TURKEY





ARTICLE NO. 17:
FINLAND



ARTICLE NO. 18:
THE UK


ARTICLE NO. 19:
NORWAY


ARTICLE NO. 20:
POLAND


ARTICLE NO. 21:
FRANCE




ARTICLE NO. 22:

THE LITVAKS
(LITHUANIAN JEWS)

       

Lithuania has an amazing 700-year history as an international melting pot. This has been especially evident since 1323, the year Grand Duke Gediminas founded Vilnius as Lithuania’s capital city and immediately decided to invite merchants, craftsmen, bankers, farmers, and soldiers from all Europe to come to the new capital, guaranteeing all freedom of beliefs and good working conditions. Vilnius became international, though with less of German or Scandinavian influence, as one could expect, rather influenced by Italy and Mediterranean ideas – greatly different from the other two Baltic capitals where Hanseatic influence became dominant.
VilNews will over some time this autumn publish articles about impacts of foreign nations and cultures here. We also welcome you, dear readers, to share with us information you may have about ‘foreign footprints in Lithuania’.

Category : Featured black / The world in Lithuania



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