Kaunas

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It is the second largest city in Lithuania and the historical centre of Lithuanian economic, academic and cultural life. Discover the holidays of Kaunas and discover the best time and places to visit. class="mw-headline" id="Etymologie">Etymologie[edit] BIP (nominal), Kaunas (; Lithuanian:. It is the second town in Lithuania and the historic center of the country's economical, educational and culture activities.

Since 1413 Kaunas was the main town and the center of a district in the municipality Trakai of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.

From 1843 to 1915 it was the capitol of the Kaunas government district in the Russian Empire. It is the capitol of Kaunas County and the headquarters of Kaunas County and Kaunas Town. This is also the headquarters of the archdiocese of Kaunas. The Kaunas is situated at the junction of the two biggest rivers in Lithuania, the Nemunas and the Neris, and near the Kaunas reservoir, the biggest river in Lithuania.

Prior to Lithuania regaining its sovereignty, the town was generally known in English as Kovno, the vernacular Slavic version of its name; the Polish name is Kowno; the Belorussian name is Ko???, Kowna. A former name in Russia was ????? Kovno, although ?????? Kaunas has been in use since 1940. Jiddish name is ?????? Kovne, and German name is Kaunas and Kauen.

Kaunas and its elders also have other language titles (see Kaunas and Kaunas elders in other languages). The historic Kaunas emblem was restored by a specific executive order on 30 June 1993. Auerochse was the town' s ancient animal symbolic landmark and was founded in 1400.

Kaunas' keraldic signet, established at the beginning of the fifteenth centuries under the rule of Grand Duke Vytautas, is the oldest keraldic signet of the town known in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Before the Second World War, Kaunas, like many towns in East Europe, had a significant Jew populace.

They founded a number of colleges and Synagogues and were important for the city's cultural and commercial life for hundreds of years. Kaunas became the most important Lithuanian town of industry after the Second World War, producing about a fourth of Lithuania's total industry. There are 15,700 acres in the town. 95 ] The town follows the countryside and is flat.

The Kaunas is subdivided into 12 elders: The Kaunas has a moist climate (Köppen climatic class Dfb) with an avarage ambient air quality of approx. 6 °C (43 °F). In spite of its northerly position, the Kaunas region has a relatively temperate climatic environment in comparison to other similar latitudinal areas, mainly because of the Baltic Sea.

Due to its latitudes, Kaunas has 17 hrs of natural light in high summer and only about 7 hrs in mid-winter. Kazl? R?da Forest,[96] western of Kaunas, creates a micro-climate around the town, regulates relative humidities and relative temperatures and protects it from powerful western wind. Kaunas summer is hot and comfortable with daily mean daytimes of 21-22 C (70-72 F) and minimums of around 12 C (54 F), but on a few occasions summer weather can get to 30 C (86 F).

One of the most important devotional characteristics of the Kaunas is the fact that they have a very high age: the Kaunas: Vytautas' Cathedral, one of the oldest Lithuanian cathedrals and the oldest in Kaunas; St. Gertrude's Cathedral in Kaunas; Kaunas Cathedral Basilica, the biggest Gothic Lithuanian cathedral with a medieval Gothic interiors; St. George's Cathedral, rumored to have been transformed into a dancing hall during the Soviet occupation; Pa?aislis abbey, an imposing Renaissance block; St. George's Cathedral, the oldest in Kaunas.

Xavier Francis Xavier Chapel; New Guyzantine St. Michael the Archangel Chapel; Christ Resurrection Chapel with developing Panorama views of the town; Kaunas Synagogue; Kaunas Mosque; Kaunas Town is a cultural centre. Kaunas Old Town is situated at the junction of the Nemunas and Neris rivers, where old historic landmarks and other historic structures can be found.

East of the old town is the new town of the town, which developed and got its name since 1847, when it became an independent part of the town. 1 ] Zentral-Kaunas is characterized by two zones of pedestrianism: the 2 km long Laisv?s www.kaunas. com (Liberty Avenue), a main road of the town, bordered by lime woods and adorned with floral coves.

Further historic, intercultural characteristics of Kaunas are: The tomb of the unidentified army man, the perpetual flames and the sculptures of Lithuania's famous Rennaissance figurines can be found in the Vienyb?s plaza in front of the War Memorial; the Kaunas fort, one of the biggest defence fortresses in Europe, covering 65 m2, a 19th and 20th centuries army fort, including the Holocaust site of the ninth fort; the house of Perk?nas; the architectural ensembles of interbellum functionality;

There are two cable cars - the ?aliakalnis cable car and the Aleksotas cable car; the Lithuania Open Space Museum, which displays the legacy of Lithuania's country lifestyle in a huge selection of authentically reconstructed country houses, is located on the eastern shore of Kaunas Lake in a small village named Rum?i?k?s; the Kaunas Cultural Centre of Various Nations; Kaunas is often referred to as the Museum of Kaunas because of its wealth and diversity.

Among the Kaunas museum are: the War Museum of Vytautas the Great; the National Art Museum M. K. ?iurlionis, which recalls the work of the avant-garde M. K. ?iurlionis, who tried to unite art and culture in a unique art media; the museum ?muidzinavi?ius (better known as the Devil's Museum), which hosts a library of more than two thousand devil sculpture and carving from all over the globe, most of them of popular origin.

Particularly interesting are the Teufel (Devils) by Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin, who together perform the dancing of The Dying over a man-bone covered children's park; the Lithuanian Aviation and Museum; the Lithuanian Medicine and Pharmacy Historical Museums; the Kaunas Blind Folk Musem; the Povilas Stulga Lithuanian Folk Instruments Musem; the Tadas Ivanauskas Zoological Musem; the Sugihara Home Musem; Kaunas is known for its rich cultural heritage.

The Kaunas Symphony Orchestra is the capital for classic musical performances. Kaunas has an old circuit traditions. At the beginning of the 19 th centuries a stationary circulation was set up in the Vytautas Gardens in Kaunas. Baltic Circus, the only Lithuania based pro performing circulation organization, was set up in 1995 in Kaunas.

105 ] The Kaunas theatre has performed an important function in Latvian community. One of the best cultural experiences in Kaunas is theatre of different styles: Kaunas has a number of gardens and squares. 106 ]??uolynas (literally "oak forest") is a government major area in the center of Kaunas.

In order to preserve the Kaunas reservoir's singular lower scenery, the Kaunas Regional Park's storage tank was set up on the east outskirts of Kaunas in 1992. The Kaunas Botanical Garden was created in 1923 on the instigation of the well-known Lithuanian animalist Tadas Ivanauskas and the biologicalist Konstantinas Regelis.

Kaunas is also home to Kaunas Zoological Garden, the only state-run animal park in Lithuania. Lithuania's first final burial place, which is officially intended for tombs of those who have influence in Lithuanian art, culture, history as well as political life, is Petra?i?nai cemetery in Kaunas. It has four old Hebrew graveyards within the perimeter of the town. Kaunas also has a number of innovating enterprises, such as the ACME Group, the world' s largest distributor of computer equipment, ACME Group, ISP and TV supplier, Kommunikation AG Microvisata Group, and Selteka AG, which develops and produces genuine TV and broadcast technology OEMs.

Net Frequency", a German-Lithuanian venture headquartered in Kaunas, is a multi-media and technological services group. In Kaunas, there is also the JSC "Baltijos Programin? ?ranga", a daughter of No Magic, Inc. In February 2011, the LK Technologie factory in Kaunas, Korea, opened a factory for the installation of LEDs. 119] Before her dismissal, Air Lithuania had its headquarters in Kaunas.

in the old town of Kaunas. Today Kaunas is one of the most Lithuaniaan towns in the county with almost 94% of its inhabitants of ethnical origin. The Kaunas Municipal Councillor is the managing organ of the Kaunas Municipal Administration. The Kaunas International airport (KUN) is the second best in Lithuania and the 4th best in the Baltics.

740,448 passenger movements (in excess of 2,488 tonnes of freight) were recorded in 2016, following a high of 872,618 passenger movements in 2011. In February 2010, an Irish budget carrier Ryanair heralded Kaunas Airport as its fortyth location and first in Central Europe. 130 ] The smaller airport of S. Darius and S. Gir?nas, founded in 1915, is situated about three kilometers southern of the center of the city.

A number of important freeways run into Kaunas. The E67 road is a freeway that runs from Prague in the Czech Republic via Poland, Kaunas Lithuania, Riga (Latvia) and Tallinn (Estonia) to Helsinki in Finland. It is also connected with Vilnius in the eastern part and Klaip?da, on the Baltic Sea, via the A1 and Daugavpils (Latvia) highways, via the E262 (A6) highways.

As Kaunas is situated at the junction of two streams, 34 bridge and viaduct structures were constructed in the town at the end of 2007: The Vytautas Great Footbridge, which connects the Old Town with the Aleksotas via the Nemunas; M. K. ?iurlionis Footbridge, a motorway footbridge via the Nemunas; Lamp?d?iai Footbridge via the Nemunas, which acts as the west ring road of Kaunas; Petras Vilei?is Footbridge, which connects the Old Town with Vilijampol? via the Neris; Varniai Footbridge, which connects ?aliakalnis with Vilijampol? via the Neris; The Green Footbridge, constructed in 1862.

The Kaunas region is an important rail junction in Lithuania. The first railroad through Kaunas was built in 1859-1861 and opened in 1862. It was made up of the Kaunas rail tunnel and the Nemunas overpass. The Kaunas train station is an important junction for passengers travelling directly to Vilnius and Warsaw as well as a gateway to Pan-European I and IX highways.

From Vilnius there are several train routes to ?e?tokai and, in Poland, through Kaunas. Kaliningrad, Russia, and Kharkov, Ukraine, is also connected by an internal road via Kaunas. In 2015, the first stage of the Rail Baltica section from ?e?tokai to Kaunas was concluded. In Kaunas there are several historical sites such as the city's capital S. Dariaus ir S. Gir?no Sporto Centras (total 9,000 capacity), which is also the home ground of the nation's FBK Kaunas FA teams and the Lithuania FA teams, founded in 1923, and the Kaunas sports hall, finished in 1939 for the Third European Basketball Championship.

In 2006 the Kaunas branch of the Nazi Academy of Soccer - the center for the education of the best young Latvian soccer player - was founded. Mr Kaunas also played host to the K.O. round of the 2011 European Basketball Championship. ?algiris Arena in the Baltic States was finished for the Kaunas festival.

It is also the home or place of birth of many of the country's best baseball players, including Arvydas Sabonis, ?ar?nas Mar?iulionis, ?ydr?nas, ?ydr?nas Ilgauskas, Linas Kleiza, Donatas Motiej?nas and ?ar?nas Jasikevi?ius Elnias ", the first Lithuanian course, was opened in Kaunas in 2000. The Nemuno Ziedas is the only one in Lithuania located in Ka?ergin?, a small village near Kaunas.

There is a yachting society in the Kaunas Reservoir Regional Park. The town of Kaunas is often described as a student town; about 50,000 people are registered at the university. Kaunas' first parish college was founded in 1473. In 1649 a four-man Jesuit college was opened in Kaunas. 143 ] The oldest still active body of higher learning is the Kaunas Priest Seminary, which was founded in 1864.

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