Located on the bnks of the Neris river in the east of Lithuania not far from the border to Belarus, Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania and its largest city with 540000 inhabitants. Vilnius was first established in the 13-14th centuries around a fortress on Gediminas hill. By the end of the 16th century Vilnius was one of the largest eastern European cities. The historic core of Vilnius is located around cathedral square and is relatively small. It contains several Baroque and Neoclassical buildings. The historic centre of Vilnius has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1994

Around cathedral square photo gallery  - 24 pictures of Around cathedral square
Old town photo gallery  - 20 pictures of Old town
New town photo gallery  - 9 pictures of New town
Panoramic views and skylines photo gallery  - 8 pictures of Panoramic views and skylines
24 photos of the area around cathedral square, with several of the most scenic sights of Vilnius
20 photos of the old town area south of cathedral square
9 photos of modern Vilnius
8 panoramic views and skylines of Vilnius
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