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Have you ever taken a journey on a piece of art? Now you can take an epic ride on one of Vilnius’ trolleybuses covered in contemporary art. Running for the second consecutive year, the Painting Routers art initiative has once again turned normal trolleybuses into canvases painted on by five teams of well-known young artists from Lithuania and Estonia, a press release from GoVilnius states.
Painting Routers initiative
Painting Routers initiative
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