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List of towns in Lithuania

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Towns in Lithuania (Lithuanian: miestelis) retain their historical distinctiveness even though for statistical purposes they are counted together with villages. At the time of the census in 2001, there were 103 cities, 244 towns, and some 21,000 villages in Lithuania. Since then three cities (Juodupė, Kulautuva, and Tyruliai) and two villages (Salakas and Jūrė) became towns. Therefore, during the 2011 census, there were 249 towns in Lithuania.

According to Lithuanian law, a town is a compactly-built settlement with a population of 500–3,000 and at least half of the population works in economic sectors other than agriculture.[1] However, there are many exceptions as many cities, towns, and villages retain their statuses based on historical tradition. Towns usually have a church and are capitals of elderates. Some towns have a coat of arms.

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Alright everybody, we are finishing up the Baltics with our last Baltic country. If you didn't watch the Latvia episode, it basically goes like this: Come play with us, Estonia! Welcome to the creepier Baltic sister, Lithuania. Everybody, I'm your host Barbs. Okay, once again I know some of you guys are kinda like: "Come on, Barbs, stop calling the two countries creepy!" But my response to that would be, "It's kinda true and it's not necessarily a bad thing if used in a charming way!" Some people like creepy! I mean, just capitalize off of it! I mean Latvia made that Prison Hotel, Turkmenistan did that thing with the burning hole, Belize made bank of off whale vomit! Haha! Who knew that stuff would be so expensive off the market, anyway, huh! Cha-ching! Okay, we need to get back to Lithuania! Let's find out where it is, now, shall we? Now, Lithuania may be the largest Baltic country in size, but it kinda got the short end of the stick when it comes to coastline. First of all, the country is located in the area of Europe known as "The Baltic", which, no shocker, borders the Baltic Sea to the north. The nation is divided into 10 counties, with the capital Vilnius, located in the south. They're also surrounded by four countries, (remember this chopped-off exclave Kaliningrad belongs to Russia), in which they this long famous, stretch of land known as the Curonian Spit, the 98 kilometer long sandy barricade with dunes, about 54 kilometers of which belong to Lithuania, and it all effectively cuts off the entire Curonian Lagoon, except for this small opening at the port of Klaipeda. This is literally where almost all seabound shipping comes into Lithuania. I mean, come on, nobody's gonna deliver cargo at that dinky little dock at Palanga. So, essentially, Russia has the bigger portion of the (Curonian) Lagoon, but Lithuania has the only way out. (Russian accent) Eh, we don't need, we have opening at Vistula Lagoon on Straight of Baltysk. It has funny looking star fortress thing to welcome you! (Default accent) Oh, Russia! I can't wait to do your episode. The largest cities after Vilnius are: Kaunas (wrong pronounciation?), and the city we just talked about, Klaipeda. And surprisingly, for such a small country, they actually have FOUR international airports. They busiest in order being: Vilnius, Vilnius, Kaunas, Vilnius, Kaunas, Palanga, and Šiauliai Internationals. Now here's a thing: Lithuania is proud to claim that they ''debatably'' have the geographical center of Europe. Like they literally even built a monument and sculpture park next to showcase it. Belarus: Nope. Estonia: Uh-uh. Slovakia: WRONG! Ukraine: NO! Hungary: Hah! No. Really? Hungary? Even you? Hungary: Yup. Estonia, Slovakia, Belarus and Ukraine: No! Lithuania: I mean, the Guiness Book of World Records recognizes my village of -- Estonia, Slovakia, Belarus and Ukraine: No! Make of it what you will. The country doesn't have any territorial anomialies or disputes, except for kind of a maritime dispute with Latvia up north, something about oil reserves. And there's that weird salient (panhandle) that juts into Belarus. I think we already talked about that in the Belarus episode, did we? (And let's not even get started on Lithuania was like: "Eh, I'm just gonna take this Dieveniškių istorinis national park from you guys, even if it does give me like a 1 mile wide corridor to reach it.") Hmph. Yeah. We did. Huh. Well, cool, I guess I don't wanna discuss it. Minimal Effort! Funny enough, there is a micronation in Lithuania, the republic of Užupis which is actually just one those Bohemic hippie-ish neighborhoods in the capital of Vilnius. They kinda want to be edgy and cool, much like Freetown Christiania that we studied in the Denmark episode. -He he, self-proclaimed but unrecognized autonomy is like... ...so dope. -Lithuania does kinda have a dark past; I mean, they did played a huge role in holocaust during World War Two, they *have* one of the most significant Jewish populations in Europe, once nicknamed: ''The Jerusalem of the north''. Nearly the entire population of about a quarter million was killed by Nazis with a huge massacre at Ponary. Many were sent to the HKP 562 forced labor camp in Vilnius. Today various memorials and museums and exibitions can be found to commemorate the incident. Also, due to high emmigration rate after joining the EU, many towns started to see houses and buildings and properties left unintended and decaying, like the Ignalina nuclear power plant, the Palace of sports and concerts, the Trade unions building, the Plokštine nuclear launch site, yeah, nuclear launch site. So yeah, that kinda sets the mood, right? Oh, they also have a Devil's museum... ...and a KGB experience in a former Soviet bunker where you can pay to pretend to be a prisoner getting yelled at and interrogated, complete with guard dogs and everything. Charming! Speaking of which, some places of interest might include: and keep in mind, I would not really pronounce these Baltic words, 'cause they're so hard... THESE castles, THIS monastery, the Liberty Boulevard, the Hill of 3 crosses, the Monument of victims of Facism, the funicular railway of THIS place, the Museum of the blind, the Cat museum, the Museum of illusions, the Frank Zappa Memorial, the pan house, the Orvidas garden, and finally, the two most iconic culture landmarks that might really give you a feel of what Lithuania is all about: the Hill of Crosses, which has over 100.000 crosses, and nobody really knows why it got started that way, and even though the Vatican says it's a holy place full of power, the locals think that it's kind of creepy, and the Hill of Witches, a sculpture park with sinister-looking carved wood images depicting characters from ancient Lithuanian folklore from back in the Pagan days. So yeah, Lithuania is kind of like a weird pagan-y, Catholic-y forest-loving technology advancing but kind of reserved an overcast country. So much to cover, let's start with those forests. Well, here we are again for the third time explaining basically, the same thing that we discussed in the Latvia and Estonia episodes. I know you're gonna be tempting to skip through this section so to keep you watching, here's Keith on bass: Is that all you want? Lithuania or "Lietuva" gets its name from "Lietus va", which means "rain here", symbolizing the abundance of rain and fertile land. First of all, the country is made up of four general parts: The Flat Coast, the slightly Higher Uplands, the Middle Lowlands and the Baltic Highlands. Here you can find the tallest point: Aukštojas, at only about 293 meters in elevation, making Lithuania the flattest of the Blatic States. Admist everthing, at over third of the country you will find (just like the other Baltic States) a plethora of boggy marshlands and swamps as well as forests. The longest river being the Neman which starts in Belarus flowing through Kaunas. blocking into the Kaunas reservoir. However the largest lake would be lake Drūkšiai, shared partially with Belarus... Wait, did I mention that in the Belarus episode?? (Also you have an island split between Belarus and Lithuania in lake Riču, and 2 islands and 2 peninsulas in lake Drūkšiai or Drisviaty.) Dang! I did a good job on the Belarus episode. I'm making my job so much easier for me. Oh, The national animal is the stork. Lithuania also has the highest nesting density for storks in the world. They believe it's good luck for storks nesting near your house. They even have a holiday dedicated to them on March 25th. So anyway! Resources. One thing that Lithuania is famous for is amber. The Baltic coast has the largest known natural amber deposits in the world and Lithuania was pretty much the place where it all started in the town of "Juodkrantė" (tries to pronounce) I'm not even gonna try that again... Otherwise, much of the land is arable, over 1/3 is cultivated. Some national dishes of Lithuania might include things like: Cold beet soup, Stuffed cabbage rolls, That "Kastinys" dairy product thing, Ant hill cake, Tree cake, Poppy seed rolls, Blood soup and Liliputas cheese. Para todos los hispanohablantes, sí sí, también lo escuché. Calma a todos. And probably the most iconic dish: Potato dumplings. Phew! Got through that section. Now, let's meet the Lithuanians, shall we? WAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Nah, Lithuanians are fine and dandy like cotton candy. Remember that Lithuanian geograpeep, Geidrė that I met in Tokyo? She was cool. And Geidrė, I literally tried to hit you up for this episode. Did I get some information? But I couldn't find your email. I don't know. If you are watching this right now, let me know what you think. Was it accurate So anyway... The country has about 2.8 million people and is the largest economy in the Baltics with the highest GDP as well. The majority of the country identify as ethnically Lithuanian, about 6% are Poles, 5% Russian and the rest are other groups, mostly Slavs like Ukrainians and Belarusians with a few other minority groups mixed in as well. They use the Euro as their currency, the type C-plug outlet and they drive on the right side of the road. Now if you really want to get a feel of everything "Baltic", Lithuania is kind of like the epicenter. The Baltics were the last places in Europe to convert to Christianity and to this day (like Latvia and Estonia), ancient Pagan traditions and folklore still live on through festivals, artwork and traditions. In a nutshell though, Lithuania was more Catholic influence and Latvia was more Protestant influence. Lithuania joined Poland in the Commonwealth and became at one point, the largest country in Europe while Latvia was taken over by the Germans and Prussians and whatnot. First of all, the language. As mentioned before, Latvian and Lithuanian are the only two surviving Baltic languages left in the world. Their older brother, Old Prussian died out in the 18th century. And these two languages are ancient like, older than Greek. Half the words and names end in 's' and like half of everthing ends in like "inus?" or "?". Lithuanian is disputably the oldest Indo-European language still in use. Some say it even still retains words that were related to ancient Sanskrit originated in India. Yeah, India! For example: Sanskrit: agnis vs Lithuanian: ugnis Sanskrit: vajus vs Lithuanian: vejas Sanskrit: devas Lithuanian: dievas And the list goes on an on. It's pretty strange how close the coincidences when you look into it. Oh and to say "Thank you" in Lithuanian, All you have to do is 'Sneeze'. Like literally, the word for "Thank you" is "Ačiū!" Now if you don't know anything about the Baltics, this region has the highest ration of two things: Blond-haired blue-eyed people and women to men. Numbers usually switch off every so often but Lithuania usually ranks second or third between Latvia and Estonia when it comes to male and female ratios ranging between 0.88 males for every female. This is partially due to a number of factors such as large portions of the male population being kill off during war times. Mortality rates caused by things like smoking or alcoholism and... Suicide. Here at Geography Now, we don't gloss over the controversy but try to report it as objectively as possible. And unfortunately, Lithuania often ranks in the top three suicide per capita nations in the world, many times first. In a weird way though, this dark fact has kind of put a sort of weirdly romanticized image on Lithuania and Lithuanians to the point where the people just kind of shrug and own up to it. I mean, THIS Dude invented a Euthanasia roller coaster concept designed to kill the passengers and Lithuania was selected to be the childhood home of fictional character, Hannibal Lecter. Add some pagan statues juxtaposed to thousands of overly ornate crosses in a swampy land and Bam! You have the perfect setting for: WaHahahaha! No but seriously, Lithuania is not all jump scares. It's more of like a legendary place where ancient customs still live on with a valiant populace that became the first (country) to break away from the Soviet Empire. And they love basketball! Speaking of which, History time! In the quickest way I can put it: Pagan tribes, this Guy (Mindaugas) unites them all and becomes King like literally the only King in all their history, Wars with the Teutonic order, In the 1400s, it becomes the biggest country in Europe with the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, They briefly colonize parts of Africa and the Caribbean, all colonies sold off and lost, Divided by Russia, Prussia and Austria, Books smuggling years to keep their language alive, Quick independence in 1918 and then the Russians came in again, Nazis tried to take a go, Back to the USSR, Bloodiest Guerilla war in European history, over 30,000 Lithuanian men died, Singing revolution with all the other Baltic states, Independence finally in the 90s, Joins the Eu and Eurozone, They somehow became the basketball capital of Europe and it's almost like a religion to them and here we are today. And speaking of basketball, some famous Lithuanians might include: All THESE Basketball players and This one is probably the famous, (Vytautas) This Guy was supposed to be like the king but died before it could happen, Painter, Director, Writer, Celebrities with partial Lithuanian heritage but it still kind of counts to the Lithuanians might include: And before we finish off this segment, some last minute factoids: Instead of the Easter Bunny, they have an Easter Grandma. They have the highest number of hot air balloons per capita. They have their national perfume scent. They have some of the fastest internet in the world. It is considered bad luck to whistle inside of a house. Otherwise, it will explode and burn down. And yeah, that's about it for now, Lithuania. Let's talk about their friends now. Lithuania is the largest of the Baltic States but often the least 'Publicized'. Nonetheless, some countries have managed to make their inner circle. Of course, as a member of the EU, most of their trade and business goes through their neighbours especially through Germany and Sweden. Iceland was the first country to recognize them after independence. The two get along great. They even have a street named after Iceland. The US, Brazil and the UK each have the largest expat communities outside of Lithuania which has only strengthened ties over the years. I just found out my hometown, Los Angeles has a "Little Lithuania" district. They love Georgians and Ukrainians because they share the same history of being part of the USSR/ They support them in any kind of political movement against Russia. They even send foreign aid. Poland is like the ex-boyfriend that they started out really happy with but then they fought and broke up but overtime, they moved on and are just friends now. Estonia is like the childhood friend that they got along with really well but after graduation, they kind of moved on and Estonia got more and more obsessed with Finland. In the end though, their best friend (no shocker) would be their little twin sister, Latvia. Even though the years have cause the two to grow up a little differently, They still moved forward keeping traditions alive sharing the old mystical Baltic charm. In conclusion, Lithuania is the larger of the last surviving Baltic peoples on the planet and it's quite amazing how they've held it all together to this day. But seriously, if you don't want to become extinct, start making Babies! You too Bulgaria, those diaspora immigration rates are quite alarming. Stay tuned, Luxmebourg, is coming up next!

Towns

# Town Population
(2001 census)
Population
(2011 census)[2]
County Municipality
1 Adutiškis 778 689 Vilnius County Švenčionys District Municipality
2 Akademija, Kaunas 4,213 2,807 Kaunas County Kaunas District Municipality
3 Akademija, Kėdainiai 873 752 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
4 Alanta 464 348 Utena County Molėtai District Municipality
5 Alizava 450 344 Panevėžys County Kupiškis District Municipality
6 Alsėdžiai 956 896 Telšiai County Plungė District Municipality
7 Andrioniškis 278 229 Utena County Anykščiai District Municipality
8 Antalieptė 359 278 Utena County Zarasai District Municipality
9 Antašava 247 227 Panevėžys County Kupiškis District Municipality
10 Aukštadvaris 1,031 977 Vilnius County Trakai District Municipality
11 Babtai 1,715 1,563 Kaunas County Kaunas District Municipality
12 Bagaslaviškis 185 110 Vilnius County Širvintos District Municipality
13 Baisogala 2,548 2,034 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
14 Balbieriškis 1,180 966 Kaunas County Prienai District Municipality
15 Balninkai 470 319 Utena County Molėtai District Municipality
16 Barstyčiai 659 528 Klaipėda County Skuodas District Municipality
17 Bartninkai 495 390 Marijampolė County Vilkaviškis District Municipality
18 Barzdai 472 385 Marijampolė County Šakiai District Municipality
19 Batakiai 261 246 Tauragė County Tauragė District Municipality
20 Bazilionai 475 390 Šiauliai County Šiauliai District Municipality
21 Betygala 559 488 Kaunas County Raseiniai District Municipality
22 Bezdonys 857 743 Vilnius County Vilnius District Municipality
23 Butrimonys 1,126 941 Alytus County Alytus District Municipality
24 Čedasai 239 196 Panevėžys County Rokiškis District Municipality
25 Čekiškė 734 682 Kaunas County Kaunas District Municipality
26 Darbėnai 1,598 1,461 Klaipėda County Kretinga District Municipality
27 Daugailiai 351 325 Utena County Utena District Municipality
28 Daujėnai 479 423 Panevėžys County Pasvalys District Municipality
29 Daukšiai 310 275 Marijampolė County Marijampolė municipality
30 Debeikiai 452 404 Utena County Anykščiai District Municipality
31 Deltuva 503 513 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
32 Dieveniškės 916 720 Vilnius County Šalčininkai District Municipality
33 Dotnuva 775 687 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
34 Dovilai 1,231 1,246 Klaipėda County Klaipėda District Municipality
35 Dubingiai 239 208 Utena County Molėtai District Municipality
36 Duokiškis 248 180 Panevėžys County Rokiškis District Municipality
37 Eigirdžiai 746 630 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
38 Endriejavas 718 640 Klaipėda County Klaipėda District Municipality
39 Eržvilkas 518 429 Tauragė County Jurbarkas District Municipality
40 Gadūnavas 122 98 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
41 Gardamas 437 398 Klaipėda County Šilutė District Municipality
42 Gaurė 468 418 Tauragė County Tauragė District Municipality
43 Geležiai 386 317 Panevėžys County Panevėžys District Municipality
44 Gelvonai 380 284 Vilnius County Širvintos District Municipality
45 Giedraičiai 778 684 Utena County Molėtai District Municipality
46 Girkalnis 997 877 Kaunas County Raseiniai District Municipality
47 Gražiškiai 401 349 Marijampolė County Vilkaviškis District Municipality
48 Grinkiškis 900 678 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
49 Griškabūdis 1,024 857 Marijampolė County Šakiai District Municipality
50 Gruzdžiai 1,747 1,467 Šiauliai County Šiauliai District Municipality
51 Gudeliai 447 340 Marijampolė County Marijampolė municipality
52 Gudžiūnai 656 491 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
53 Igliškėliai 334 231 Marijampolė County Marijampolė municipality
54 Janapolė 465 341 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
55 Jašiūnai 1,879 642 Vilnius County Šalčininkai District Municipality
56 Joniškis, Utena 325 258 Utena County Molėtai District Municipality
57 Josvainiai 1,545 1,057 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
58 Judrėnai 531 468 Klaipėda County Klaipėda District Municipality
Juodupė 1,769 Panevėžys County Rokiškis District Municipality
Jūrė 401 Marijampolė County Kazlų Rūda Municipality
59 Jūžintai 491 412 Panevėžys County Rokiškis District Municipality
60 Kačerginė 715 772 Kaunas County Kaunas District Municipality
61 Kairiai 1,158 1,822 Šiauliai County Šiauliai District Municipality
62 Kaltanėnai 282 204 Vilnius County Švenčionys District Municipality
63 Kaltinėnai 835 728 Tauragė County Šilalė District Municipality
64 Kamajai 681 577 Panevėžys County Rokiškis District Municipality
65 Kapčiamiestis 691 589 Alytus County Lazdijai District Municipality
66 Karklėnai 401 285 Šiauliai County Kelmė District Municipality
67 Karmėlava 2,886 1,395 Kaunas County Kaunas District Municipality
68 Kartena 1,022 931 Klaipėda County Kretinga District Municipality
69 Katyčiai 737 526 Klaipėda County Šilutė District Municipality
70 Kernavė 307 272 Vilnius County Širvintos District Municipality
71 Keturvalakiai 134 113 Marijampolė County Vilkaviškis District Municipality
72 Kintai 833 616 Klaipėda County Šilutė District Municipality
73 Klovainiai 980 785 Šiauliai County Pakruojis District Municipality
74 Krakės 991 841 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
75 Kražiai 784 603 Šiauliai County Kelmė District Municipality
76 Krekenava 2,003 1,636 Panevėžys County Panevėžys District Municipality
77 Kretingalė 977 936 Klaipėda County Klaipėda District Municipality
78 Krikliniai 290 228 Panevėžys County Pasvalys District Municipality
79 Krinčinas 527 461 Panevėžys County Pasvalys District Municipality
80 Kriukai 602 533 Šiauliai County Joniškis District Municipality
81 Kriūkai 371 291 Marijampolė County Šakiai District Municipality
82 Krokialaukis 239 218 Alytus County Alytus District Municipality
83 Krosna 401 330 Alytus County Lazdijai District Municipality
84 Kruonis 726 661 Kaunas County Kaišiadorys District Municipality
85 Kruopiai 614 508 Šiauliai County Akmenė District Municipality
86 Kuktiškės 485 435 Utena County Utena District Municipality
Kulautuva 1,425 Kaunas District Municipality Kaunas County
87 Kuliai 704 625 Telšiai County Plungė District Municipality
88 Kupreliškis 248 188 Panevėžys County Biržai District Municipality
89 Kurkliai 474 374 Utena County Anykščiai District Municipality
90 Kurtuvėnai 326 256 Šiauliai County Šiauliai District Municipality
91 Kužiai 1,420 1,168 Šiauliai County Šiauliai District Municipality
92 Kvėdarna 1,934 1,597 Tauragė County Šilalė District Municipality
93 Labanoras 75 59 Vilnius County Švenčionys District Municipality
94 Laižuva 560 485 Telšiai County Mažeikiai District Municipality
95 Lapės 1,038 1,218 Kaunas County Kaunas District Municipality
96 Lauko Soda 177 134 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
97 Laukuva 998 832 Tauragė County Šilalė District Municipality
98 Leckava 235 195 Telšiai County Mažeikiai District Municipality
99 Leipalingis 1,736 1,552 Alytus County Druskininkai municipality
100 Lekėčiai 1,040 848 Marijampolė County Šakiai District Municipality
101 Leliūnai 483 412 Utena County Utena District Municipality
102 Lenkimai 779 647 Klaipėda County Skuodas District Municipality
103 Lioliai 544 485 Šiauliai County Kelmė District Municipality
104 Liudvinavas 1,055 966 Marijampolė County Marijampolė municipality
105 Lukšiai 1,651 1,485 Marijampolė County Šakiai District Municipality
106 Luokė 777 629 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
107 Lyduokiai 169 142 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
108 Lyduvėnai 125 99 Kaunas County Raseiniai District Municipality
109 Lygumai 664 601 Šiauliai County Pakruojis District Municipality
110 Maišiagala 1,634 1,636 Vilnius County Vilnius District Municipality
111 Merkinė 1,434 1,228 Alytus County Varėna District Municipality
112 Meškuičiai 1,218 1,056 Šiauliai County Šiauliai District Municipality
113 Mickūnai 1,415 1,389 Vilnius County Vilnius District Municipality
114 Mielagėnai 286 236 Utena County Ignalina District Municipality
115 Miežiškiai 716 651 Panevėžys County Panevėžys District Municipality
116 Mosėdis 1,379 1,141 Klaipėda County Skuodas District Municipality
117 Musninkai 472 415 Vilnius County Širvintos District Municipality
118 Naujamiestis, Panevėžys 832 725 Panevėžys County Panevėžys District Municipality
119 Nemakščiai 905 748 Kaunas County Raseiniai District Municipality
120 Nemunaitis 218 153 Alytus County Alytus District Municipality
121 Nemunėlio Radviliškis 729 566 Panevėžys County Biržai District Municipality
122 Nerimdaičiai 349 281 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
123 Nevarėnai 659 552 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
124 Onuškis 584 519 Vilnius County Trakai District Municipality
125 Pabaiskas 249 234 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
126 Pabiržė 364 300 Panevėžys County Biržai District Municipality
127 Pagiriai 523 358 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
128 Pagramantis 569 434 Tauragė County Tauragė District Municipality
129 Pajūris 872 784 Tauragė County Šilalė District Municipality
130 Pakuonis 680 608 Kaunas County Prienai District Municipality
131 Palėvenė 89 74 Panevėžys County Kupiškis District Municipality
132 Palonai 441 345 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
133 Panemunėlis 287 192 Panevėžys County Rokiškis District Municipality
134 Panemunis 308 231 Panevėžys County Rokiškis District Municipality
135 Panoteriai 399 360 Kaunas County Jonava District Municipality
136 Papilė 1,449 1,007 Šiauliai County Akmenė District Municipality
137 Papilys 312 236 Panevėžys County Biržai District Municipality
138 Pašilė 224 160 Šiauliai County Kelmė District Municipality
139 Pašušvys 395 331 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
140 Pašvitinys 440 350 Šiauliai County Pakruojis District Municipality
141 Pavandenė 323 317 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
142 Pernarava 299 232 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
143 Pikeliai 520 378 Telšiai County Mažeikiai District Municipality
144 Pilviškiai 1,493 2,305 Marijampolė County Vilkaviškis District Municipality
145 Plateliai 1,021 857 Telšiai County Plungė District Municipality
146 Plikiai 607 607 Klaipėda County Klaipėda District Municipality
147 Pociūnėliai 535 475 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
148 Pumpėnai 952 855 Panevėžys County Pasvalys District Municipality
149 Pušalotas 885 692 Panevėžys County Pasvalys District Municipality
150 Raguva 610 533 Panevėžys County Panevėžys District Municipality
151 Raudonė 716 510 Tauragė County Jurbarkas District Municipality
152 Rimšė 274 208 Utena County Ignalina District Municipality
153 Rozalimas 928 746 Šiauliai County Pakruojis District Municipality
154 Rudamina 296 256 Alytus County Lazdijai District Municipality
155 Rukla 2,374 2,098 Kaunas County Jonava District Municipality
156 Rumšiškės 1,833 1,651 Kaunas County Kaišiadorys District Municipality
157 Rusnė 1,642 1,274 Klaipėda County Šilutė District Municipality
158 Šakyna 425 382 Šiauliai County Šiauliai District Municipality
Salakas 519 Utena County Zarasai District Municipality
159 Salamiestis 300 252 Panevėžys County Kupiškis District Municipality
160 Saldutiškis 389 343 Utena County Utena District Municipality
161 Saločiai 913 720 Panevėžys County Pasvalys District Municipality
162 Salos 228 152 Panevėžys County Rokiškis District Municipality
163 Sasnava 670 546 Marijampolė County Marijampolė municipality
164 Šaukėnai 721 596 Šiauliai County Kelmė District Municipality
165 Šaukotas 583 445 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
166 Seirijai 933 788 Alytus County Lazdijai District Municipality
167 Semeliškės 660 580 Vilnius County Elektrėnai municipality
168 Senasis Subačius 194 149 Panevėžys County Kupiškis District Municipality
169 Seredžius 749 590 Tauragė County Jurbarkas District Municipality
170 Šeštokai 755 686 Alytus County Lazdijai District Municipality
171 Šešuoliai 189 138 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
172 Šėta 1,025 935 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
173 Šiaulėnai 890 751 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
174 Sidabravas 610 532 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
175 Siesikai 601 508 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
176 Šilai 298 252 Panevėžys County Panevėžys District Municipality
177 Šiluva 800 635 Kaunas County Raseiniai District Municipality
178 Šimkaičiai 265 204 Tauragė County Jurbarkas District Municipality
179 Šimonys 505 441 Panevėžys County Kupiškis District Municipality
180 Sintautai 586 520 Marijampolė County Šakiai District Municipality
181 Skaistgirys 964 862 Šiauliai County Joniškis District Municipality
182 Skapiškis 496 403 Panevėžys County Kupiškis District Municipality
183 Skiemonys 92 38 Utena County Anykščiai District Municipality
184 Smilgiai 652 544 Panevėžys County Panevėžys District Municipality
185 Stakiai 241 170 Tauragė County Jurbarkas District Municipality
186 Sudeikiai 407 349 Utena County Utena District Municipality
187 Šumskas 998 919 Vilnius County Vilnius District Municipality
188 Šunskai 524 468 Marijampolė County Marijampolė municipality
189 Surdegis 244 158 Utena County Anykščiai District Municipality
190 Surviliškis 376 351 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
191 Suvainiškis 245 175 Panevėžys County Rokiškis District Municipality
192 Svėdasai 1,002 884 Utena County Anykščiai District Municipality
193 Švėkšna 2,053 1,649 Klaipėda County Šilutė District Municipality
194 Šventežeris 274 295 Alytus County Lazdijai District Municipality
195 Taujėnai 322 365 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
196 Tauragnai 602 473 Utena County Utena District Municipality
197 Teneniai 369 330 Tauragė County Šilalė District Municipality
198 Tirkšliai 1,626 1,507 Telšiai County Mažeikiai District Municipality
199 Traupis 229 179 Utena County Anykščiai District Municipality
200 Truskava 137 129 Kaunas County Kėdainiai District Municipality
201 Tryškiai 1,555 1,352 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
202 Turmantas 397 286 Utena County Zarasai District Municipality
203 Tverai 680 558 Telšiai County Rietavas municipality
204 Tverečius 272 231 Utena County Ignalina District Municipality
Tyruliai 275 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
205 Ubiškė 215 187 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
206 Upyna 409 375 Tauragė County Šilalė District Municipality
207 Užpaliai 877 758 Utena County Utena District Municipality
208 Vadaktai 227 178 Šiauliai County Radviliškis District Municipality
209 Vadokliai 651 519 Panevėžys County Panevėžys District Municipality
210 Vadžgirys 505 440 Tauragė County Jurbarkas District Municipality
211 Vainutas 993 746 Klaipėda County Šilutė District Municipality
212 Valkininkai 238 229 Alytus County Varėna District Municipality
213 Vandžiogala 946 861 Kaunas County Kaunas District Municipality
214 Vaškai 688 568 Panevėžys County Pasvalys District Municipality
215 Veiveriai 1,100 1,167 Kaunas County Prienai District Municipality
216 Veiviržėnai 964 840 Klaipėda County Klaipėda District Municipality
217 Veliuona 883 726 Tauragė County Jurbarkas District Municipality
218 Vepriai 663 549 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
219 Vėžaičiai 1,749 1,646 Klaipėda County Klaipėda District Municipality
220 Vidiškiai 528 427 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
221 Viduklė 1,911 1,678 Kaunas County Raseiniai District Municipality
222 Viešintos 383 281 Utena County Anykščiai District Municipality
223 Viešvilė 1,045 843 Tauragė County Jurbarkas District Municipality
224 Vilkyškiai 883 666 Tauragė County Pagėgiai municipality
225 Vištytis 566 436 Marijampolė County Vilkaviškis District Municipality
226 Vyžuonos 581 512 Utena County Utena District Municipality
227 Ylakiai 1,165 950 Klaipėda County Skuodas District Municipality
228 Žaiginys 380 335 Kaunas County Raseiniai District Municipality
229 Žalpiai 125 106 Šiauliai County Kelmė District Municipality
230 Zapyškis 254 264 Kaunas County Kaunas District Municipality
231 Žarėnai 588 499 Telšiai County Telšiai District Municipality
232 Žasliai 818 644 Kaunas County Kaišiadorys District Municipality
233 Žeimelis 1,216 953 Šiauliai County Pakruojis District Municipality
234 Žeimiai 962 860 Kaunas County Jonava District Municipality
235 Želva 516 457 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
236 Žemaičių Kalvarija 798 696 Telšiai County Plungė District Municipality
237 Žemaičių Naumiestis 1,716 1,373 Klaipėda County Šilutė District Municipality
238 Žemaitkiemis 313 261 Vilnius County Ukmergė District Municipality
239 Žemoji Panemunė 106 64 Marijampolė County Šakiai District Municipality
240 Zibalai 165 129 Vilnius County Širvintos District Municipality
241 Židikai 524 440 Telšiai County Mažeikiai District Municipality
242 Žvingiai 231 195 Tauragė County Šilalė District Municipality
243 Žvirgždaičiai 248 242 Marijampolė County Šakiai District Municipality
244 Žygaičiai 643 542 Tauragė County Tauragė District Municipality

See also

References

In-line
  1. ^ (in Lithuanian) Lietuvos Respublikos teritorijos administracinių vienetų ir jų ribų įstatymas (Law on Administrative Units and Their Borders of the Republic of Lithuania), Seimas law database, June 19, 1994, law no. I-558.
  2. ^ "Gyventojai gyvenamosiose vietovėse". Statistics Lithuania. 2013-01-25. Retrieved 2014-01-26.
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