Vilnius


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Synonyms for Vilnius

the capital and largest city of Lithuania

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Oman was the first Arab nation to take part in the Vilnius Book Fair in 2015.
Marius Jakulis Jason, who moved from NYC to Vilnius in 1992 to live, work and invest in Lithuania, is experienced in building, managing and owning hotels since 1995.
An 1857 agreement between the Jewish water carriers in Vilnius and the city's famous Ramailes rabbinic Talmudic academy, or yeshiva, offers a telling insight into everyday life 160 years ago.
Vilnius isn't just all about history - it also has a thriving artistic district, Uzupis.
Since then, Vertas has been one of the premier business centres in Vilnius.
By the end of 2016 EVs in Vilnius could be charged in over 40 Spark-operated charging stations.
Dr Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Dept of Geodesy and Cadastre, Sauletekio al.
Target: Vilnius Business Harbour and neighbouring land plot
The rich history, the monuments and the architecture of the city are some of the remarkable elements that attract thousands of tourists who choose to visit Vilnius.
Vilnius was chosen as the location due to its existing service center infrastructure and favorable cost base.
In Vilnius, Armenia reconfirmed that Armenia's obligations in the
a"I am sure [that] to have some shale gas option is a good instrument for our long-term negotiations [with] Gazprom and Russia," he told the press in Vilnius, adding that Gazprom, currently the only provider of gas to Lithuania, was charging the Baltic state excessively high prices.
Managing Editor of the Research Journal TRANSPORT, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Plytines g.
On 8 June 2012 Vaida Sereviciene defended her dissertation at the public meeting of the Council of Scientific Field of Environmental Engineering in the Senate Hall of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University.
In 1636, the Grand Duke of Lithuania and the King of Poland, Wladslaw Vasa, introduced the first Italian opera, The Abduction of Helen, to the Vilnius stage, composed by Marco Scacchi to the libretto by Virgilio Puccitelli.
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