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Lithuanian archeologists discovered remains of four persons on the top of the Gediminas Hill in downtown Vilnius, guessing they could be the bodies of the participants of the 1863-1864 uprising.
Overall view from above
Overall view from above
© Lietuvos nacionalinio muziejaus archyvas

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