The Unseen Side of Kaunas

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What could I say about Kaunas? It’s definitely the second largest city of Lithuania and once it was a temporary capital city with population reaching more than 300.000. When I walked into the old-town, I felt like a big person in a small city. How could it be a capital? Well, it is enough to see ruins of the castle and it’s renovated tower to understand that the city was once destroyed by fire or its enemies. But compared to many other cities there’s no reason to judge it so harshly. It still has its charm and pinch of its very old history. However, in my stay I was more attracted to its dark side. The forgotten and less charming things…

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Author: M.Borgarbúi

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