Suokalbis, or collusion is a name of a bar that belongs to Lithuanian writers guild. Its on a right hand side. Its a place where Vilnius writers used to get drunk and have all sorts of wild parties. This place got quite a reputation. In a center we see a gate leading to st Georg church. The "modern" building is a central post office of Lithuanian post. 

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