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  1. 6. WW2 Russian soldier cemetery in Lithuania, city of Vaiguva. Coordinates 55.702766, 22.748604. The builder of the monument is unknown. It is written on the monument: Eternal glory to heroes 1941-1945. The number of burials is unknown.
  2. 5. WW2 Russian soldier cemetery in Lithuania, city of Užventis. Coordinates 55.786029, 22.651419. The monument was built by the Russian Embassy in Lithuania at the expense of the Russian Federation in 2004.
  3. 4. WW2 Russian soldier cemetery in Lithuania, city of Tytuvėnai. Coordinates 55.601574, 23.194371. The monument was built by the Russian Embassy in Lithuania at the expense of the Russian Federation in 2004.
  4. 3. WW2 Russian soldier cemetery in Lithuania, city of Kražiai. Coordinates 55.603029, 22.688321. The monument was built by the Russian Embassy in Lithuania at the expense of the Russian Federation in 2004.
  5. 2. WW2 Russian soldier cemetery in Lithuania, city of Kelmė. Coordinates 55.628043, 22.929974. The monument was built by the Russian Embassy in Lithuania at the expense of the Russian Federation in 2004.
  6. 1. WW2 Russian soldier cemetery in Lithuania, Bubiai village. Coordinates 55.846659, 23.131755. The monument was built by the Russian Embassy in Lithuania at the expense of the Russian Federation in 2002.
  7. 8. WW1 Military Cemeteries in Lithuania, Bubiai village. Coordinates 55.846307, 23.132221. For those who died in 1914–1919. The number of burials is unknown. Next to these cemeteries is the WW2 Russian Soldiers Cemetery
  8. 7. WW1 Military Cemeteries in Lithuania, Maironiai village. Coordinates 55.596256, 23.053796. Monument Built in 1932 by Lithuanian war veterans says that 290 soldiers are buried here after Great war batles in June 1915.
  9. 6. WW1 Military Cemeteries in Lithuania, Maironiai village. Coordinates 55.602475, 23.063790. Monument Built in 1932 by Lithuanian war veterans says that 125 soldiers are buried here after Great war batles in 1915.
  10. About this bridge in 1925 book Die Wiederherstellung der Eisenbahnen auf dem ostlichen Kriegsschauplatz.
  11. On the northwestern corner of Kaunas county exists small and remote village of Lyduvėnai, Village is small and almost without any places of interest but it has railway bridge - largest bridge in Lithuania. And even more interesting fact is that this large bridge is built not over the big river but over the valley with very small river.Length of bridge is 600 meters, heigth 45 meters. First wooden bridge here was built in 1915 - 1916 by the German army. At the time it was largest wooden bridge in Europe. But wooden bridge was unstable and in 1918 German army built concrete bridge with statue o
  12. 5. WW1 Military Cemeteries in Lithuania, Maironiai village. Coordinates 55.615521, 23.070423. The number of burials is unknown. This cemeteries much bigger than others.
  13. 4. WW1 Military Cemeteries in Lithuania, Jukniske village. Coordinates 55.627781, 23.031760. The bigest monument has bullet impact after WW2 batles. P.S. Happy birthday Willy.
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