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How this happened in the Great Battle... Exposé of Grunwald

10 November 2010 – 30 January 2011
Radvila Palace, 22 Vilniaus St., Vilnius

The international exhibition “How this happened in the Great Battle… Exposé of Grunwald” is one of the latest and most emphatic events to be held in Lithuania to commemorate 600 years since the historical battle that determined the fate of Lithuania, Poland, and this region of Europe, and is one of the last cultural accords in this year’s anniversary program. This exhibition, organized by curators from Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine, and assisted by academics and culture experts from Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, and the Czech Republic, is testament to the vitality of the common historical memory shared between Lithuanians, Poles, Ukrainians, and other nationalities related to the Grunwald tradition, the possibilities of overcoming stereotypes from the past, the significance of mainting ties in today’s world, and the hope of a shared future in a united Europe.

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Permanent exhibition Gothic. Renaissance. Baroque – Treasures of the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania has been on display in the Museum of Applied Art (Arsenalo St. 3A, Vilnius) since 16 December 2009.

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Permanent exhibition Artifacts from the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania has been on display in the Museum of Applied Art (Arsenalo St. 3A, Vilnius) since 6 July 2004.

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