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NOUN   Vilnius | -
SYNO capital of Lithuania | Vilna | Vilnius | ...
Вильнюс {м}
Vilnius [capital of Lithuania]
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Translation for 'Vilnius' from English to Russian

Vilnius [capital of Lithuania]
Вильнюс {м}геогр.
Usage Examples English
  • Lithuania uses 25 kV 50 Hz AC for the electrified railway lines. This was followed by the electrification of Vilnius–Naujoji Vilnia, Vilnius–Trakai lines and, since 2017, Vilnius-Minsk line.
  • They are operated on the route Vilnius – Kaunas since December 2008 , Vilnius – Trakai and Vilnius – Minsk (Belarus).
  • The Cathedral School of Vilnius was a cathedral school attached to the Vilnius Cathedral.
  • Lisowski was a member of the Polish Bibliophile Society in Vilnius.
  • Aliaksandar Burbis was born in Vilnius, Lithuania. He studied at Vilnius Gymnasium.
  • This institution also organizes other endurance sports events - "Vilnius Marathon", "Vilnius Women run", "Vilnius Christmas Run".
  • The main local railroads connecting with the railway station are Vilnius–Klaipėda Railway, Vilnius–Kaunas Railway and Vilnius–Turmantas Railway.
  • Saliutas Vilnius was a Lithuanian football club from Vilnius.
  • Vilnius: Znamierowski was extremely fond of depicting Vilnius, its surroundings, rivers and lakes.
  • Kestutis Antanelis was born Vilnius. In 1975 he graduated from Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (former V.I.S.I.) and later from the Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts.
  • Vaclovas Krutinis (September 27, 1948 Vilnius, Lithuania – October 30, 2013 Vilnius) was a Lithuanian sculptor.
  • Šalčininkai ([...]; [...]; [...] "Solechnik"; [...]) is a city in Vilnius County, Lithuania, situated south-east of Vilnius, near the border with Belarus.
  • They had issue: Hieronim was born at Vilnius in 1559; Aleksander at Trakai in 1560; Jan Karol at Vilnius in 1560-61; Anna at Vilnius in 1562; Zofia at Vilnius in 1564, Elzbieta at Vilnius in 1568; and Aleksandra at Vilnius in 1576.
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