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Lithuanian boy's and men's choir 'Ąžuoliukas' (Little Oak) singing 'Ave Regina Caelorum' by Lithuanian composer Vytautas Miškinis.

Lithuanian boy's and men's choir 'Ąžuoliukas' (Little Oak) singing 'Ave Regina Caelorum' by Lithuanian composer Vytautas Miškinis.

Current Lithuanian nation has been formed out of seven Baltic tribes - Curonians, Semigalians, Samogitians, Lithuanians, Yotvingians, Highlanders, Selonians. This is a  V - VIII c. Lithuanian dress.

Vita Antiqua - Archaeological reconstruction of a Lithuanian tribe female costume and headdress (V-VIII century, Migration Period or Middle Iron Age).

Lithuanian Folk Costumes

necklace Here is an image of Lithuanian women wearing traditional Lithuanian garb ao dai vintage party dress Brides maid dresses!

Lithuanian A Capella Group 'Quorum'

Quorum singing live in Vilnius Kotryna church Yiruma's "River Flows in You" from "Twilight" movie. This is first a cappella version of this song ever:), at l.

Traditional Lithuanian wooden architecture - Church . The inscription says 'Gloria in Excelsis Deo'.

The inscription says 'Gloria in Excelsis Deo'.

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Countess Emilia Plater -  was a Polish–Lithuanian noblewoman and revolutionary,  she fought in the November 1830 Uprising and received the rank of captain in the Polish-Lithuanian insurgent forces. Near the end of the Uprising, she fell ill and died.She is a national heroine in Poland, Lithuania and Belarus, all formerly parts of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. She has been venerated by Polish artists and by the nation at large as a symbol of women fighting for the national cause.

Countess Emilia Plater - was a Polish–Lithuanian noblewoman and revolutionary, she fought in the November 1830 Uprising and received the rank of captain in the Polish-Lithuanian insurgent forces. Near the end of the Uprising, she fell ill and died.She is a national heroine in Poland, Lithuania and Belarus, all formerly parts of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. She has been venerated by Polish artists and by the nation at large as a symbol of women fighting for the national cause.

South Australian Lithuanian History: Folk art - Weaving

Country women would spin yarn and weave all the material they required for garments and furnishing.

German warships in the port of Klaipėda (Memel), Lithuania, the day after the ultimatum was accepted - 22 March 1939.

German warships in the port of Klaipėda (Memel), Lithuania, the day after the ultimatum was accepted - 22 March

Lithuanian Folklore: the Origins [ENGLISH SUBTITLES] Vakar ir visados (1...

This movie about the roots of Lithuanian folk customs was filmed in Lithuanian Film Studio in 1982 but it was banned from cinemas until 1984 because people i.

Sutartinės, Lithuania’s Music Gems, UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage

Website of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage

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