December 2011, my first business trip to meet people in Lithuania and I arrive in freezing temperatures in Vilnius,a city under snow and ice - beautiful but I had heard about the museum and decided to visit. It is hard to believe how much this country has achieved in the short years (only 20) since they became free of Russian rule and it's even tougher to imagine the hardship these great people have endured in the years under the nazi's and this museum visit, emotional and at times depressing, showed the fighting character of Lithuanian people. The museum is interesting, it's informative, it's shocking, it's depressing, it's scary, it will make the hairs on your nexk stand up and it will teach you that evil can always be conquered. After this visit it taught me the respect I have for the Lithuanian nation. A totally must visit!
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