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Stone figure at the foot of Vilnius castle

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Posted 2009-09-02 01:07 (#67123 - in reply to #60722)
Subject: RE: Stone figure at the foot of Vilnius castle


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Gudrun - 2009-04-15 1:51 AM

Can anyone help me? I visited the beautiful city of Vilnius and while being shown around the Vilnius castle I saw a very old looking stone figure standing next to the entrance to the lift, at the foot of the hill. The sculpture looks ancient, pagan and definitely pre-castle. My hosts knew nothing about it, in fact seemed not to know it was there. Does anyone here know what it was?

Perhaps that one, but it is not an ancient. It is creation by some one student (?) in 19??-70(?) (vergaßen ) and replaced here from “Mindaugas” square in 2000 when it was start rebuild.
Is not memorial object for this site.


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