Vilnius

Vilnius is the capital and largest city of . It lies on the bank of the Neris river and has approximately 560,000 inhabitants. Vilnius was the European Capital of Culture in 2009.
Photo: Diliff, CC BY-SA 3.0. Photo: Diliff, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
Gediminas' Tower is the remaining part of the Upper Castle in Vilnius, . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Tourist attraction
The Presidential Palace, located in , is the official office and eventual official residence of the President of Lithuania. Photo: Sfu, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Museum
The is a palace in Vilnius, Lithuania. Photo: Poznaniak, CC BY-SA 2.5.

Tourist attraction
Three Crosses is a prominent monument in Vilnius, , on the Hill of Three Crosses, originally known as the Bald Hill, in Kalnai Park. Photo: Kontis, Public domain.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
is an eldership in the Vilnius city municipality, . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
is a fairly new district located in the north of Vilnius, the capital of , built… Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
is an eldership in the Vilnius city municipality, . Photo: Sfu, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Vilnius

Latitude
54.687° or 54° 41' 13.4" north
Longitude
25.2829° or 25° 16' 58.5" east
Open Location Code
9G67M7PM+R5
Population
526,000
IATA airport code
VNO
United Nations Location Codes
LT VIL and LT VNO
Elevation
98 metres (322 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 27193093
Geo­Names ID
593116
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Also Known As

  • Abkhazian: Вилниус
  • Achinese: Vilnius
  • Afrikaans: Vilnius
  • Akan: Vilnius
  • Albanian: Vilnius
  • Amharic: ቪልኒውስ
  • Arabic: Vilnius
  • Arabic: فيلنيوس
  • Aragonese: Vilna
  • Armenian: Վիլնյուս
  • Arpitan: Vilnius
  • Asturian: Vilnius
  • Asturian: Wilno
  • Avaric: Vilnius
  • Avaric: Вильнюс
  • Aymara: Wilñus
  • Azerbaijani: Vilnüs
  • Bashkir: Вильнюс
  • Basque: Vilnius
  • Belarusian: Вільнюс
  • Belarusian: Вільня
  • Bengali: ভিলনিউস
  • Bengali: ভিলনিয়াস
  • Bislama: Vilnius
  • Bosnian: Vilnius
  • Breton: Vilnius
  • Bulgarian: Вилнюс
  • Catalan: Vilna
  • Catalan: Vílnius
  • Cebuano: Vilnius
  • Central Bikol: Vilnius
  • Central Kurdish: ڤیلنیوس
  • Chamorro: Vilnius
  • Chavacano: Vilnius
  • Chechen: Вильнюс
  • Chinese: Vilnius
  • Chinese: 維爾紐斯
  • Chinese: 维尔纽斯
  • Church Slavic: Вилн҄ь
  • Chuvash: Вильнюс
  • Cornish: Vilnius
  • Crimean Tatar: Vilnüs
  • Croatian: Vilnius
  • Czech: Vilnius
  • Danish: Vilnius
  • Dimli (individual language): Vilniyus
  • Dutch: Vilnius
  • Eastern Mari: Вильнюс
  • Egyptian Arabic: فيلنيوس
  • English: Vilna
  • English: Vilne
  • English: Vilnia
  • English: Vilno
  • English: Vilnyus
  • English: Viļņa
  • English: Wilna
  • English: Wilno
  • Erzya: Вильнюс ош
  • Esperanto: Vilnius
  • Esperanto: Vilno
  • Estonian: Vilnius
  • Ewe: Vilnius
  • Faroese: Vilnius
  • Fiji Hindi: Vilnius
  • Fijian: Vilnius
  • Finnish: Vilna
  • Finnish: Vilnius
  • Finnish: Wilno
  • French: Vilna
  • French: Vilnius
  • French: Wilna
  • French: Wilne
  • French: Wilnja
  • French: Wilnjus
  • French: Wilno
  • Gagauz: Vilnüs
  • Galician: Vilnius
  • Ganda: Vilnius
  • Georgian: ვილნიუსი
  • German: Vilnius
  • German: Wilna
  • German: Wilne
  • German: ווילנע
  • Gothic: 𐍅𐌹𐌻𐌽𐌿𐍃
  • Greek: Βίλνα
  • Greek: Βίλνιους
  • Greek: Βίλνο
  • Greek: Βιλνιους
  • Guarani: Vilnius
  • Gujarati: વિલ્નીયસ
  • Haitian: Vilnis
  • Hakka Chinese: Vilnius
  • Hausa: Vilnius
  • Hebrew: ווילנא
  • Hebrew: ווילנה
  • Hebrew: וילנא
  • Hebrew: וילנה
  • Hindi: विलनियस
  • Hindi: विल्नुस
  • Hungarian: Vilnius
  • Icelandic: Vilníus
  • Ido: Vilnius
  • Indonesian: Vilnius
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Vilnius
  • Interlingue: Vilnius
  • Inuktitut: ᕕᓪᓂᐅᔅ/vilnius
  • Irish: Vilnias
  • Italian: Vilna
  • Italian: Vilnius
  • Japanese: ビリニュス
  • Japanese: ビルニュス
  • Japanese: ヴィリニュス
  • Japanese: ヴィルナ
  • Japanese: ヴィルニアス
  • Japanese: ヴィルニウス
  • Japanese: ヴィルニュス
  • Japanese: ヴィルノ
  • Japanese: ヴイリナ
  • Kalaallisut: Vilnius
  • Kannada: ವಿಲ್ನಿಯಸ್
  • Kashubian: Wilna
  • Kashubian: Wilno
  • Kazakh: Вильнюс
  • Kazakh: Вильнюс қаласы
  • Kinyarwanda: Vilnius
  • Kirghiz: Вильнюс
  • Komi: Вильнюс
  • Kongo: Vilnius
  • Korean: 빌뉴스
  • Kotava: Vilnius
  • Kurdish: Vilnius
  • Kurdish: Vîlnûs
  • Kölsch: Vilnius
  • Ladino: Vilna
  • Latgalian: Viļne
  • Latin: Vilna
  • Latvian: Viļņa
  • Ligurian: Vilnius
  • Limburgan: Vilnius
  • Lingala: Wilna
  • Lingua Franca Nova: Vilnius
  • Lithuanian: Vilniaus miestas
  • Lithuanian: Vilnius
  • Lithuanian: Wilnius
  • Livvi: Vil’nussu
  • Lombard: Vilnius
  • Low German: Vilnius
  • Lower Sorbian: Vilnius
  • Luxembourgish: Vilnius
  • Macedo-Romanian: Vilnius
  • Macedonian: Вилнус
  • Malagasy: Vilnius
  • Malay: Vilnius
  • Malayalam: വിൽനുസ്
  • Maltese: Vilnius
  • Manx: Vilnius
  • Maori: Vilnius
  • Marathi: व्हिल्नियस
  • Min Dong Chinese: Vilnius
  • Min Nan Chinese: Vilna
  • Min Nan Chinese: Vilnius
  • Min Nan Chinese: Wilno
  • Mingrelian: ვილნიუსი
  • Moksha: Вильнюс
  • Mongolian: Вильнюс
  • Moroccan Arabic: ڤيلنوس
  • Nauru: Vilnius
  • Neapolitan: Vilnius
  • Nepali: भिलनियस
  • Northern Frisian: Vilnius
  • Northern Luri: ویلینوس
  • Northern Sami: Vilnius
  • Norwegian: Vilnius
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Vilnius
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Vilnius
  • Novial: Vilnius
  • Occitan (post 1500): Vílnius
  • Old English (ca. 450-1100): Vilnius
  • Ossetian: Вильнюс
  • Panjabi: ਵਿਲਨਸ
  • Papiamento: Vilnius
  • Persian: ویلنیوس
  • Piemontese: Vilnius
  • Pitcairn-Norfolk: Vilnius
  • Polish: Vilnus
  • Polish: Wilno
  • Portuguese: Vilna
  • Portuguese: Vilnius
  • Portuguese: Vílnius
  • Quechua: Vilnius
  • Romanian: Vilnius
  • Romanian: Вильнюс
  • Russian: Вильна
  • Russian: Вильно
  • Russian: Вильнюс
  • Rusyn: Вільно
  • Samogitian: Vilnius
  • Samogitian: Vėlnios
  • Sango: Vilnius
  • Sanskrit: विल्ञुः
  • Sardinian: Vilnius
  • Sardinian: Vìlnius
  • Saterfriesisch: Vilnius
  • Scots: Vilnius
  • Scottish Gaelic: Vilnius
  • Serbian: Вилњус
  • Serbian: Виљнус
  • Serbo-Croatian: Vilnius
  • Shona: Vilnius
  • Sicilian: Vilnius
  • Silesian: Vilnius
  • Silesian: Wilno
  • Sinhala: විල්නියස්
  • Slovak: Vilnius
  • Slovenian: Vilna
  • Southern Sotho: Vilnius
  • Spanish: Vilna
  • Swahili: Vilnius
  • Swati: Vilnius
  • Swedish: Vilnius
  • Swiss German: Vilnius
  • Tagalog: Vilna
  • Tagalog: Vilnius
  • Tajik: Вилнюс
  • Tamil: வில்னியஸ்
  • Tatar: Vilnius
  • Tatar: Вилнүс
  • Telugu: విల్నియస్
  • Tetum: Vilnius
  • Thai: วิลนีอัส
  • Thai: วิลนีอุส
  • Tibetan: ལྦེ་ནི་སུ་ནི།
  • Tok Pisin: Vilnius
  • Tosk Albanian: Vilnius
  • Turkish: Vilnius
  • Turkish: Vilnüs
  • Turkmen: Wilnius
  • Udmurt: Вильнюс
  • Ukrainian: Вільнюс
  • Upper Sorbian: Vilnius
  • Upper Sorbian: Wilna
  • Urdu: ولنیس
  • Urdu: ویلنیوس
  • Uzbek: Vilnus
  • Uzbek: Vilnyus
  • Venetian: Vilna
  • Veps: Vil'nüs
  • Vietnamese: Vilnius
  • Volapük: Vilnius
  • Võro: Vilnius
  • Walloon: Vilnius
  • Waray (Philippines): Vilnius
  • Welsh: Vilnius
  • Western Armenian: Վիլնիւս
  • Western Frisian: Vilnius
  • Western Frisian: Vilnjûs
  • Western Mari: Вильнюс
  • Western Panjabi: ولنیس
  • Wolof: Wilnius
  • Wolof: Wilniyus
  • Wu Chinese: 维尔纽斯
  • Yakut: Вильнюс
  • Yiddish: Vilne
  • Yiddish: ווילנע
  • Yoruba: Filnius
  • Yoruba: Vilnius
  • Yue Chinese: 維爾紐斯
  • Zeeuws: Vilnius
  • Zulu: IVilnyusi
  • Vil'no
  • Vil'nyus
  • ᕕᓪᓂᐅᔅ

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