Gates of Dawn, Vilnius Lithuania
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Gates of Dawn, Vilnius Lithuania

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It suppose to be spring. Its march. When I was walking by it started to snow like crazy. Huge snowflakes where covering me and the camera. It suddenly was dark as snow in the air covered everything. The place is called saint dawns gate. It has special meaning for local as well as Polish Christians and tourists. The gate was once the exit of the town, but nowadays its in the middle of the city an is exit only from rich and glamorous old town to the district that harbors train station. As in many cities train station is surrounded with more poverty. So here it is Vilnius in a snowy 5th of march 2012. *Vilnius (in Lithuanian) is also known as Wilno (in Polish) Wilna (German) Вильнюс, Вильна (Russian) Вільня/Vilnja (Belarusian) ווילנע / Wilne (Yiddish)

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A: The Dawn Gates Mother of God

Par Martynas Ambrazas, à 10 mètres

The Gate of Dawn (Ausros Vartai) in Vilnius, constructed at the beginning of the 16th century, is one...

The Dawn Gates Mother of God

B: Gates of Dawn

Par Martynas Ambrazas, à 10 mètres

The Gate of Dawn (Ausros Vartai) in Vilnius, constructed at the beginning of the 16th century, is one...

Gates of Dawn

C: Aušros vartai

Par Jonas Nosalis, à 80 mètres

Aušros vartai

D: Svdvasios street

Par mantas talmantas, à 110 mètres

Here is a small street in Vilnius, It looks like it could have looked exactly the same 100 or even mo...

Svdvasios street

E: 2013 08 10 2222 Vilnius Portobello Arka

Par Aleksandr Reznik, à 220 mètres

2013 08 10 2222 Vilnius Portobello Arka

F: Aušros vartų street

Par Jonas Nosalis, à 220 mètres

Aušros vartų street

G: Church of the Holy Trinity

Par Jonas Nosalis, à 250 mètres

Church of the Holy Trinity (Uniates) and Basilian Monastery is a square basilica shape, with elements...

Church of the Holy Trinity

H: Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society

Par Jonas Nosalis, à 260 mètres

Established in 1940, the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society (LNPS) remains the largest and olde...

Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society

I: Philharmonic

Par Jonas Nosalis, à 270 mètres

Philharmonic

J: Filharmonija

Par Jonas Nosalis, à 270 mètres

Filharmonija

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