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What is your interest in Lithuania?
"I love Lithuania" because my grandmother and grandfather were from there. Having visited Lithuania several times since 1999, I have come to love the language, the people, the culture, the food... all things Lithuanian!

My Favorite Lithuanian Books


Some of my favorite Lithuanian books are: Art of Lithuanian Cooking, by Maria Gieysztor De Gorgey
Colloquial Lithuanian, by Ian Press
Haris Poteris ir Isminties Akmuo (Lithuanian edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone), by J. K. Rowling
Lithuania: The Rebel Nation, by Vytas Stanley Vardys


My personal Lithuanian books list is cataloged here: MyLibraryThing.

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Welcome Lithuania to the Euro!

Posted on January 6, 2015 at 11:36am 0 Comments

Hello Euro, Farewell Litas...

  • To get a glimpse of the new Lithuanian euro, see the Coin Designs page from the Bank of Lithuania:…
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24 Days of a Baltic Christmas

Posted on December 24, 2014 at 11:01am 0 Comments

Catch up with the 24 Days

Take a look at the wonderfully colorful and information-packed blog series from Liene K, the 24 Days of a Baltic Christmas. Today on Christmas Eve, the last day of the 24 days, we're…

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My Very Lithuanian Christmas (reposted)

Posted on December 24, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Editor's note: This delightful article was submitted last year by Saulenė, an I Love Lithuania member from Vilnius.The article explains the 12 Dishes of Christmas, a long-standing Lithuanian tradition, and goes on to describe Christmas games that are also tradition. Click the links to read descriptions of certain dishes. Enjoy!

By Saulenė…

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Vilnius Street Performers in the News

Posted on May 25, 2014 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

Vera Primavera Rockin' with Aerosmith

After weeks of stress with the crisis in Ukraine and the nation's Presidential elections, Lithuania's capital city Vilnius finally found a few moments of peace... or at least "15 minutes of fame". Two young women street performers, aka Vera Primavera, were joined by Aerosmith's Steven Tyler in an impromptu rendition of Crazy in Vilnius' Old Town near the Presidential palace. The two women were invited…

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11 March - Lithuanian Independence Day

Posted on March 17, 2014 at 7:26am 0 Comments

We remember the day of independence, the struggle to get there, and how this spirit lives on. Lietuva visiems!

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At 12:39pm on February 16, 2014, bj said…

Thank you, Marina

At 8:54am on January 8, 2013, Mohammad Mosaddek Hussain said…

Yes Marina, I love Lithuania, I think, it is a beautiful country and I am eager to visit ur country in near future. My country also is very beautiful, would u like to visit Bangladesh to know the each other's culture? Waiting for your reply. I want friends from Lithuania who have a greater interest about Bangladesh, its people and culture and language. I also eager to learn Lithuanian Language if anybody like me to teach Lithuanian I shall be very happy. Waiting for any language teacher, poet, writer and interested friends who can write me regularly with great interest.

Thanks, Happy New Year-2013, Mosaddek Hussain, Dhaka, Bangladesh

mosaddekshaheen@yahoo.com

At 4:28pm on December 31, 2012, Ruth Bundza Reedy said…

Hello Marina,  So sorry to hear that you were sick during the holiday.  Also, where I live in Ohio, we did not experience any of the harsh weather.  We did have a lot of rain.

Anyhow,  if you eat lots of onions and garlic, you will not get sick with the virus. I cook with lots of garlic and onions.  I do not get the flu shot. A friend of mine stated he eats a little bit of garlic everyday and hasn't gotten sick for at least 8 years.   I hope my luck doesn't run out.  Hope you stay healthy this year.  Happy New Year.

Ruth

At 4:46am on December 3, 2012, Greta Volkiene said…

Aciu,Marina !!!

At 6:51pm on October 28, 2012, Ruth Bundza Reedy said…

Hello Marina,  Haven't been on this web site for a long time.  Just thought I would let you know that I received 2 e-mails in the name of Vincas Bundza from Lt.  It was not him that sent them.  They were from the "Princess".  they wanted me to e-mail them.  they will not be able to e-mail me again.  I put them in my "trash" bin.  

Do you happen to know if the Lt. Bolsheviks are called "Bluetails"?  I read some time ago that Lt. were called that and something about the bolsheviks.  At the time I was not in a position to get the name of the book nor able to further read about this subject. I asked Vincas K. if he ever hear of it and he replied "NO". Can you shed any light on this?

At 5:18pm on August 17, 2012, Aldona Ballard said…

Aciu, Marina! I am happy to belong here.

Aldona

At 7:29pm on March 27, 2012, Ruth Bundza Reedy said…

I was just wondering what happened to  the :Princess: page.  I had e-mailed you and the e-mail attachement Princess had sent me contained a picture of her.  No message, just the picture.  I just want to put this at rest so would appreciate a response.

At 7:51pm on August 5, 2011, Patricia E. Giedraitis said…

 

Aciu labai!!  So wonderful to be a part of this wonderful website!!  I have been born and raised in Chicago, Illinois with wonderful parents who raised and taught 6 children to love and honor their heritage.  Mano tete passed away 6 years ago at 95.   He was an organist and an active writer for muzikos zinios.  My mother was an opera singer for the chicago lithuanian opera for many years.  We all were brought up very musically and tradithionally in the lithuanian heritage.  Now that my father is passed my mother carries on the tradiotion and am so grateful to have the upbringing of my heritage so far away from my home country.  My mother had the privelidge to visit lithuania a few years ago.  My sister and mother went there to adopt an orphan from Lithuania and is now living with my sister and husband and 5 children in Lemont, Ill.  Thank you so much for this website!!  I know I will enjoy it and definitely pass it on to my family....my big sister already found it from my fb like and praised me for the info....Valio!!

At 8:44pm on July 23, 2011, Jonas Aleksandras said…

Thank You!

 

 

At 12:15pm on July 18, 2011, Joel Mosher said…

the Baltic American Freedom League has a website

http://www.bafl.com

They are having a conference or something at St. Casimir's Church in LA soon

according to the Saturday LA LT radio show but I forgot the details. Maybe it will

show up on their website.

There's always something going on at St. Casimir's. When school starts this fall

there'll be a bunch of events. It seemed that last school year, I'd find a flyer

on my car every week referring to some event at the church.

I'll keep my ear to the ground.

 
 
 

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