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I love the Lithuanian people. It is a homogeneous and balanced population that hasn't seen much of the accelerating ego fixation or materialism that we see in the "west". Life here is more about family, friends and having a beer

I love the Lithuanian people. It is a homogeneous and balanced population that hasn't seen much of the accelerating ego fixation or materialism that we see in the "west". Life here is more about family, friends and having a beer

Nice midground elements, obscured far-backround.  Lithuanian Girls

Bridesmaids in simple white dresses by Romualdas Rakauskas

Lithunian Fishing Nets - Marc C. Johnson © 2005

Get to Know Lithuanian Culture

Lithuanian Fishing Nets - Marc C.

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Baltic Sea, Lithuania, Fathers, Parents, Dads, Dads, Raising Kids

Lietuva senose fotografijose Ūkininko šeima (Šiaulių raj.) 1938 m. .jpg (654×960)

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Magnet - Lithuanian tyazhelovoznaya - photos - equestrian.ru

Magnet - Lithuanian tyazhelovoznaya - photos - equestrian.ru

Traditional folk costume

Traditional folk costume

poland china pig - Bing Images

Breeds of Livestock - Lithuanian Native Swine — Breeds of Livestock, Department of Animal Science

Lithuanian woman...could be what my great-grandmother looked like

This photo from Vilniaus, South is titled 'People of Lithuania

CHRISTMAS IN SIBERIA - THE 1941 DEPORTEES In June 1941, the first massive arrest and deportation of Lithuanians was perpetrated by the Soviet Union, when a first 'cargo' of 17.500 people were crammed into cattle cars towed by heavy train engines to somewhere far away in Siberia on a trip that could take several months under the harshest of conditions. Lithuanians deported in 1941 experienced especially difficult fates. Less than a half of them ever returned to their beloved Lithuania...

CHRISTMAS IN SIBERIA - THE 1941 DEPORTEES In June 1941, the first massive arrest and deportation of Lithuanians was perpetrated by the Soviet Union, when a first 'cargo' of 17.500 people were crammed into cattle cars towed by heavy train engines to somewhere far away in Siberia on a trip that could take several months under the harshest of conditions. Lithuanians deported in 1941 experienced especially difficult fates. Less than a half of them ever returned to their beloved Lithuania...

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