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Kaunas County (Lithuanian: Kauno apskritis) is one of ten counties of Lithuania. It is in the centre of the country, and its capital is Kaunas. On 1 July 2010, the county administration was abolished, and since that date, Kaunas County remains as the territorial and statistical unit.
Cities, towns & villages in Kaunas
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ŠiluvaŠiluva is a small town of less than 1,000 inhabitants in Lithuania. It is located in the region of Samogitia. Šiluva was first mentioned in 1457 in relation to the building of the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Apostles Saint Peter and Saint Bartholomew by the Lithuanian noble Petras Gedgaudas. Later the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary attracted huge numbers of the faithful to Šiluva, some from as far away of what later became Protestant Prussia. Show Šiluvaon the map
AleksotasAleksotas (Polish: Aleksota) is an elderate in the southern section of the city of Kaunas, Lithuania, bordering the left bank of the Neman River (Lithuanian: Nemunas). Its population in 2006 was 21,694. The borough borders Vilijampolė and Centras in the north, Šančiai and Panemunė in the east, Garliava in the south as well as Akademija in the west. The M. K. Čiurlionis Bridge and Vytautas the Great Bridge link the district to the centre and the old town. Show Aleksotason the map
MolavėnaiMolavėnai is a small village in the Raseiniai district municipality, Lithuania. Two hill forts are located in the vicinity of the village. Two nature monuments are protected by the state – an old oak tree near one of the hill forts and a stone called Mokas. Show Molavėnaion the map
ZapyškisZapyškis (Polish: Sapieżyszki) is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania on the right bank of the Neman River. As of 2001 it had a population of 254. Show Zapyškison the map
DotnuvaDotnuva is a small town with a 2003 population of 775 in central Lithuania, 10 km northwest of Kėdainiai, in the Kėdainiai district municipality. It is located on the Dotnuvėlė River. The geographical center of Lithuania, in the village of Ruoščiai, is only a few kilometers away from the town. Show Dotnuvaon the map
KaunasKaunas (/ˈkaʊnəs/; Lithuanian pronunciation: [ˈkɐʊˑn̪ɐs̪] (13px listen); also see Kaunas' other names) is the second-largest city in Lithuania and has historically been a leading centre of Lithuanian economic, academic, and cultural life. Kaunas was the biggest city and the centre of a county in Trakai Municipality of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania since 1413. In the Russian Empire it was the capital of the Kaunas Governorate from 1843 to 1915. It became the only temporary capital city in Europe during the interwar period. Now it is the capital of Kaunas County, the seat of the Kaunas city municipality and the Kaunas District Municipality. It is also the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kaunas. Kaunas is located at the confluence of the two largest Lithuanian rivers, the Nemunas and Show Kaunason the map
VilijampolėVilijampolė (popularly known in Lithuania as Slabotkė; Yiddish: סלאבאדקע‎ Slabodke) is an elderate in the city of Kaunas, Lithuania, located on the right bank of the Neris River and the Nemunas River, near their confluence. The elderate covers 1,720 hectares and houses about 32,000 people. It was the home of the Slabodka yeshiva, Knesses Yisrael, and the main site of the Kaunas Ghetto. The Lithuanian Veterinary Academy campus is located in the neighbourhood. Two bridges across the Neris connects Vilijampolė with the main part of the city. Petras Vileišis Bridge connects the district with the Old Town and Varniai Bridge with the neighbourhood of Žaliakalnis. Show Vilijampolėon the map
GarliavaGarliava (), is a city in Lithuania, considered a suburb of Kaunas. Garliava is located 10 km (6.2 mi) south from the center of Kaunas and has a territory of 3,65 km2. In 1809 Józef Godlewski built a Holy Trinity church and named it Godlewo in his own honour, although Lithuanians started calling it Garliava. This year is generally viewed as the year Garliava was founded. It lay along a significant postal route between Saint Petersburg, Kaunas, Marijampolė, and Warsaw. Godlewski also built a place of worship for Lutherans and a synagogue for Jews. Show Garliavaon the map
Dainava (Kaunas)Dainava is a fairly new neighbourhood (built in 1963, initially as a microdistrict) located in the north of center of Kaunas, the second largest city of Lithuania. It has an elderate status. The borough borders Kaunas Free Economic Zone in the north, Petrašiūnai in the east, Gričiupis in the south as well as Žaliakalnis and Eiguliai in the west. Show Dainava (Kaunas)on the map
ŠilainiaiŠilainiai is an elderate in the Lithuanian city of Kaunas, built as a microdistrict in the 1980s. It is one of the largest elderates in the city, covering 25.33 hectares, and housing over 70,000 people as of 2006. Eighth and ninth forts of the Kaunas Fortress are located in the elderate. There are several shopping centers, post offices, drug stores, book shops, Šilainiu hospital, Kaunas Saint Spirit Church and John Paul the blessed II chapel. Near the elderate of Šilainiai the following historical estate remains can be found: Linkuva, Vytėnai and Sargėnai. Show Šilainiaion the map
BalbieriškisBalbieriškis (Polish: Balwierzyszki German: Bauwerischeck, Bauwersk Russian: ) a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. It is situated on the left bank of the Neman River. As of 2001 it had a population of 1,180. The town was established by German lumberman Hanus, who received a plot of land in wilderness of Suvalkija from Grand Duke Sigismund I the Old. Hanus cleared the forest and built an estate. The settlement grew around the estate and was awarded city rights in 1530. However, the privileges were revoked in 1776. Show Balbieriškison the map
KėdainiaiKėdainiai (, also known by several other names) is one of the oldest cities in Lithuania. It is located 51 km (32 mi) north of Kaunas on the banks of the Nevėžis River. First mentioned in the 1372 Livonian Chronicle of Hermann de Wartberge, its population as of 2008 was 30,214. Its old town dates to the 17th century. The city is the administrative centre of the Kėdainiai district municipality. The geographical centre of the Lithuanian Republic is in the nearby village of Ruoščiai, located in the eldership of Dotnuva. Show Kėdainiaion the map
ŠventybrastisŠventybrastis is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 169 people. There are a wooden church, a monument for independence, four sacred oak trees. From ancient times through the Christian Medieval period, Šventybrastis had a pagan temple. While most of the Norse pagan holy groves were cut down during the era of Christian conversion, the Sacred Oak atŠventybrastis is one of the few still standing from the pre-Christian era. \n* Sacred oaks \n* Brasta rivulet Show Šventybrastison the map
GričiupisGričiupis is a neighborhood of the Lithuanian city of Kaunas, located on the right bank of the Nemunas River. It has elderate status, and is the smallest elderate in the city. Its administrative status as an elderate was established in 2005, when it was detached from Dainava elderate. In 2006 its population was 34,301 in an area of 3.81 square kilometers. The elderate of Gričiupis contains an old Jewish cemetery, 6th Fort of Kaunas Fortress, St. Anthony of Padova Church, and the Molas Supermarket. Show Gričiupison the map
VandžiogalaVandžiogala (Polish: Wędziagoła) is a small town in Kaunas County, Kaunas district municipality in central Lithuania. It is located 29 km (18 mi) north of Kaunas next to Urka brook. A Holy Trinity church was built in Vandžiogala in 1830. A town also has a post office (LT-54073), a community centre building, a school, a library, two cemeteries. A wayside shrine was erected during the 135th commemoration of January Uprising. As of 2001 it had a population of 946. Show Vandžiogalaon the map
RumšiškėsRumšiškės is a Lithuanian town (population 1,700), situated 20 km (12 mi) east of Kaunas on the northern bank of Kaunas Reservoir. Southern part of the town (including the birthplace of Lithuanian poet Jonas Aistis) is now under the waters of the artificial lake. The 18th century St. Michael Archangel church of Rumšiškės (rebuilt in the 19th century) was saved and moved to its present place in 1958, when the reservoir was created. Show Rumšiškėson the map
EžerėlisEžerėlis (; literally: little lake) is a city in Kaunas County, Lithuania. It is located 25 km (16 mi) west of Kaunas. It is a fairly new settlement as it started developing only in 1918 when a peat digging enterprise was established in the Ežerėlis Bog. According to the census of 1923, it had 132 residents. In 1959 the town reached the population of 2,200 and remained fairly stable since then. Show Ežerėlison the map
EiguliaiEiguliai is an eldership in the city of Kaunas, Lithuania. The settlement was a small village until it was incorporated into Kaunas in 1959 and a residential microdistrict was built in 1979. Located on the left bank of the Neris River, Eiguliai encompass Kleboniškis and part of Kalniečiai neighbourhoods. Kaunas University of Medicine Hospital and the 7th Fort of the Kaunas Fortress are located in this eldership. The borough borders Dainava in the east, Žaliakalnis in the south, Vilijampolė and Šilainiai in the west and Domeikava with Lapės in the north. Show Eiguliaion the map
BabtaiBabtai is a small town 24 km (15 mi) north of Kaunas, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. It is situated on the left bank of the Nevėžis River. As of 2001 it had a population of 1,715. Show Babtaion the map
ŠančiaiŠančiai is an elderate in the Lithuanian city of Kaunas. It is located on the right bank of the Nemunas River, and is divided into Higher and Lower Šančiai. Its 2007 population was 23,237. Remains of transatlantic pilots of Lituanica Steponas Darius and Stasys Girėnas were reburied in cemetery of Šančiai, after Kaunas Old Cemetery (also known as Kaunas Carmelite Cemetery) was liquidated by soviet authorities. Show Šančiaion the map
PakuonisPakuonis is a small town in Prienai district municipality, Lithuania. It is located near the Neman River. According to 2001 census, it has population of 680. The village was first mentioned in 1744. The first church was built in 1792 or 1794 and the town began to grow around it. On April 23, 2004 town coat of arms, depicting a blooming apple tree, was approved by a presidential decree. Show Pakuonison the map
Akademija (Kaunas)Akademija is a town in Kaunas district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the town has a population of 4,213 people. The town began to grow in 1964, when Lithuanian University of Agriculture was transferred to nearby Noreikiškės village. The town was created in 1999 of portions of Noreikiškės and Ringaudai settlements. Show Akademija (Kaunas)on the map
BetygalaBetygala is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. As of 2001 it had a population of 559. In the 13th and 14th centuries the town had a noted Samogitan fortress, attacked by the Teutonic Knights numerous time. One of the first churches in Lithuania was built in the town. Mikalojus Daukša was the parish pastor from 1592 to 1603. Show Betygalaon the map
GaižiūnaiGaižiūnai is a village in Jonava district municipality, Lithuania. It is situated on the Taurosta River, tributary of Neris, about 3 km (1.9 mi) southeast of Jonava and 25 km (16 mi) northeast of Kaunas. The railroad from Šiauliai forks into Kaunas and Vilnius near the village. Gaižiūnai is also known as a military base. Show Gaižiūnaion the map
ŽaliakalnisŽaliakalnis (literally, \"the green hill\") is an elderate in Lithuania's second largest city, Kaunas. Žaliakalnis is located north of the old town and the city center area, between the Neris and Girstupis valleys. It is one of the largest residential areas in Kaunas, with a population of 38,480 in 2006. Show Žaliakalnison the map
KačerginėKačerginė is a small town 16 km (9.9 mi) west of Kaunas. The town of Kačerginė is located in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. Kačerginė was officially proclaimed a health resort in 1933. The only in Lithuania motor racing circuit Nemuno Žiedas was opened in 1960. As of 2001 it had a population of 715. Show Kačerginėon the map
StakliškėsStakliškės is a village in Lithuania, located east of Prienai, in Prienai district of Kaunas County on the Prienai-Trakai road. Stakliškės is a center of Stakliškės elderate. The famous type of Lithuanian mead, an alcoholic beverage distilled from grain, honey and water is produced in Stakliškės. Show Stakliškėson the map
KruonisKruonis (Polish: Kronie) is a small town, located 37 km (23 mi) east of Kaunas, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 726. The only in the Baltic States Kruonis Pumped Storage Plant (the KPSP) is situated 3 km (1.9 mi) north of Kruonis. Show Kruonison the map
KarmėlavaKarmėlava is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 2886. The town of Karmėlava is located 6 km (3.7 mi) north east of Kaunas and near the second busiest civil airport in Lithuania — Kaunas International Airport. Show Karmėlavaon the map
CzekiszkiČekiškė is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001, it had a population of 734. The main town square formed where three roads converged. That dictated radial plan for the town, which is now protected as a monument of urban architecture. Show Czekiszkion the map
VilkijaVilkija () is situated in the Kaunas district municipality, Lithuania. It is located 25 km (16 mi) north-west of Kaunas. It's right on the north side of the river Nemunas, the most important river in Lithuania. Show Vilkijaon the map
BaltromiškėBaltromiškė is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 27 people. There are church of Old Believers. Village famous of gravel mines. Show Baltromiškėon the map
DarsūniškisDarsūniškis (Polish: Dorsuniszki, Hebrew: is a settlement on the Nemunas River in Kaišiadorys District Municipality, western Lithuania. The village is one of the oldest settlements in Lithuania and dates back to the 14th century. Show Darsūniškison the map
GudžiūnaiGudžiūnai is a small town in Kėdainiai district, central Lithuania. It is located on the Dotnuvėlė River. The town has a Catholic church, a secondary school, and a post office. There is also a train station just outside the town. Show Gudžiūnaion the map
ŽiežmariaiŽiežmariai (, Polish: Żyżmory) is a city in the Kaišiadorys district municipality, Lithuania. It is located 6 km (3.7 mi) south of Kaišiadorys. Žiežmariai has a rare, surviving wooden synagogue. Show Žiežmariaion the map
ŠveicarijaŠveicarija is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 848 people. The village's name means \"Switzerland\" in Lithuanian. Show Šveicarijaon the map
JosvainiaiJosvainiai is a small town in Kėdainiai district, central Lithuania. It is located on the Šušvė River 10 km southwest from Kėdainiai. In the town there is a Catholic church, secondary school, post office and public library. Show Josvainiaion the map
KulautuvaKulautuva is a town in Kaunas district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. It is situated on the right bank of the Nemunas River. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 1367 people. Show Kulautuvaon the map
PanoteriaiPanoteriai is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. As of 2001 it had a population of 399. There is a Catholic church (Church Panoteriai), a library, post office (LT-55085), as well as a cultural center. Show Panoteriaion the map
MimainiaiMimainiai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 166 people. Village established near Mimainiai Lake. Show Mimainiaion the map
KuigaliaiKuigaliai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 455 people. Village established on Barupė river. Show Kuigaliaion the map
RimkaiRimkai is a village in Jonava district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 80 people. The village has a church of Old Believers. Show Rimkaion the map
UpninkaiUpninkai is the largest village in Jonava district, Lithuania. It is situated 8 km southwest of Vepriai on the left bank of the Šventoji River. According to the 2011 census, it had population of 786. Show Upninkaion the map
DomeikavaDomeikava is village in the Kaunas district municipality, Lithuania. It is located 8 km (5.0 mi) north of Kaunas. There is a school Domeikavos Gimnazija, established in Domeikava, in early 1920s. Show Domeikavaon the map
JieznasJieznas () is a small city in the Prienai district municipality, Lithuania. It is located 16 km (9.9 mi) east of Prienai along the northern shores of Lake Jieznas. Show Jieznason the map
ČičinaiČičinai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the town has a population of 314 people. Village is near to Neris river. Show Čičinaion the map
UžusaliaiUžusaliai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 844 people. Center of eldership. Show Užusaliaion the map
KrakėsKrakės is a small town in Kėdainiai district, central Lithuania. It is located on the Smilgaitis River. In the town there is a Catholic church, convent, secondary school and post office. Show Krakėson the map
AkliaiAkliai is a village in Žeimiai eldership, Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 16 people. Show Akliaion the map
VeiveriaiVeiveriai is a town in Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, its population was 1,100. It is located about 18 kilometres (11 mi) southwest of Kaunas on the road to Marijampolė. Show Veiveriaion the map
VaivadiškiaiVaivadiškiai is a village in the Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 170 people. Show Vaivadiškiaion the map
MantviliškisMantviliškis is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 262 people. Show Mantviliškison the map
ĄžuolaičiaiĄžuolaičiai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 190 people. Show Ąžuolaičiaion the map
ŠlapaberžėŠlapaberžė is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 583 people. Show Šlapaberžėon the map
JaugeliškiaiJaugeliškiai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 67 people. Show Jaugeliškiaion the map
MantviloniaiMantviloniai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 30 people. Show Mantviloniaion the map
KeleriškiaiKeleriškiai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 385 people. Show Keleriškiaion the map
KropilaiKropilai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 18 people. Show Kropilaion the map
SiponiaiSiponiai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 93 people. Show Siponiaion the map
VoškoniaiVoškoniai is village in the Kaunas district municipality, Lithuania. It is located 3 km (1.9 mi) north east of Domeikava. There is Eigirgala library, established in 1953 Show Voškoniaion the map
LipliūnaiLipliūnai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 192 people. Show Lipliūnaion the map
GudžioniaiGudžioniai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 48 people. Show Gudžioniaion the map
BatėgalaBatėgala is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 419 people. Show Batėgalaon the map
BartoniaiBartoniai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 92 people. Show Bartoniaion the map
JuškonysJuškonys is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 425 people. Show Juškonyson the map
KėboniaiKėboniai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 47 people. Show Kėboniaion the map
LiepiaiLiepiai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 425 people. Show Liepiaion the map
BukonysBukonys is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 657 people. Show Bukonyson the map
DumsiaiDumsiai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 33 people. Show Dumsiaion the map
IšoraiIšorai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 437 people. Show Išoraion the map
BerželėBerželė is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 53 people. Show Berželėon the map
BeržaiBeržai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 256 people. Show Beržaion the map
NovočėbėNovočėbė is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 4 people. Show Novočėbėon the map
RamučiaiRamučiai is a village in Kaunas district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the town has a population of 1583 people. Show Ramučiaion the map
PetrašiūnaiPetrašiūnai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the town has a population of 122 people. Show Petrašiūnaion the map
KulvaKulva is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 405 people. Show Kulvaon the map
TubiaiTubiai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 33 people. Show Tubiaion the map
MištautaiMištautai is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the village has a population of 29. Show Mištautaion the map
RagožiaiRagožiai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the town has a population of 293 people. Show Ragožiaion the map
RučiūnaiRučiūnai is a village in Jonava district municipality, in Kaunas County, central Lithuania. According to the 2001 census, the town has a population of 256 people. Show Ručiūnaion the map
ViduklėViduklė is a small town in a Raseiniai district municipality, Kaunas County, central-western Lithuania. In 2001, it had a population of 1,911. Show Viduklėon the map
AriogalaAriogala () is a town in central Lithuania. It is located on the Dubysa River, which flows through the town. Show Ariogalaon the map
PaliepiaiPaliepiai is a village in Lithuania located 6 km east of Viduklė. According to the 2001 census, it had 518 residents. Show Paliepiaion the map
ŽasliaiŽasliai (Polish: Żośle) is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 818. Show Žasliaion the map
RaudondvarisRaudondvaris is a village on the Neman River in Kaunas district, Lithuania, 10 km (6.2 mi) west of Kaunas. Show Raudondvarison the map
PernaravaPernarava is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. At the 2001 it had a population of 299. Show Pernaravaon the map
GirkalnisGirkalnis is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. As of 2001 it had a population of 997. Show Girkalnison the map
ŽaiginysŽaiginys is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. As of 2001 it had a population of 380. Show Žaiginyson the map
SurviliškisSurviliškis is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 376. Show Surviliškison the map
ŽeimiaiŽeimiai is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. As of 2001 it had a population of 962. Show Žeimiaion the map
NemakščiaiNemakščiai is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 905. 250px Show Nemakščiaion the map
LyduvėnaiLyduvėnai is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 125. Show Lyduvėnaion the map
PagiriaiPagiriai is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 524. Show Pagiriaion the map
TruskavaTruskava is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 137. Show Truskavaon the map
RuklaRukla is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 2,376. Show Ruklaon the map
LapėsLapės (Polish: Łopie) is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. The Lithuanian name of the village translates into foxes. In 2001 it had a population of 1038. Show Lapėson the map
SzatyŠėta is a small town in Kaunas County in central Lithuania. In 2001 it had a population of 1025. Show Szatyon the map
RaseiniaiRaseiniai District Municipality is one of 60 municipalities in Lithuania. Show Raseiniaion the map
Daukšiai Show Daukšiaion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Kaunas
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Centro seniunijaCentras (English: City Centre) is an elderate in the city of Kaunas, Lithuania, based on two neighbourhoods of Kaunas - the Old City and the New City. It lies at the confluence of two major Lithuanian rivers, the Nemunas and the Neris. The borough borders Žaliakalnis in the north, Šančiai in the east, Aleksotas in the south and Vilijampolė in the west. The headquarters and some other administrative buildings of the Kaunas Fortress' commandant are still used for public needs. Central Kaunas is also well known for its public statuary.Show on map
KaunasKaunas (/ˈkaʊnəs/; Lithuanian pronunciation: [ˈkɐʊˑn̪ɐs̪] (13px listen); also see Kaunas' other names) is the second-largest city in Lithuania and has historically been a leading centre of Lithuanian economic, academic, and cultural life. Kaunas was the biggest city and the centre of a county in Trakai Municipality of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania since 1413. In the Russian Empire it was the capital of the Kaunas Governorate from 1843 to 1915. It became the only temporary capital city in Europe during the interwar period. Now it is the capital of Kaunas County, the seat of the Kaunas city municipality and the Kaunas District Municipality. It is also the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kaunas. Kaunas is located at the confluence of the two largest Lithuanian rivers, the Nemunas andShow on map
Kauno rajonasKaunas District Municipality is one of 60 municipalities in Lithuania. The seat of the municipality is the city of Kaunas. It surrounds the Kaunas City Municipality from the north, west and south, while in the east Kaunas district municipality borders Kaišiadorys District Municipality. Kaunas District Municipality has the second largest international airport in Lithuania (Kaunas International Airport), and is well connected by major roads (A1 highway and Via Baltica), as well as railways with other cities of Lithuania.Show on map
JonavaJonava (, Polish: Janów) is the ninth largest city in Lithuania with a population of ca 30,000.It is located in Kaunas County in central Lithuania, 30 km (19 mi) north east of Kaunas, the second-largest city in Lithuania. It is served by Kaunas International Airport. Achema, the largest fertilizer factory in the Baltic states, is located nearby. The city is sometimes called \"the capital of midsummer holiday\" (lt. – Joninės).Show on map
BirštonasBirštonas () is a balneological resort and a spa town in Lithuania situated 30 km (19 mi) south of Kaunas on the right bank of the Nemunas River. Birštonas received its city rights 1529, and was appointed a city in 1966. The city is the administrative centre of the Birštonas municipality.Show on map
KaišiadorysKaišiadorys (13px listen); see Etymology below) is a city in central Lithuania. It is situated between Vilnius and Kaunas. Kaišiadorys is one of six Lithuanian diocese centres. It is home to the Cathedral of the Transfiguration of Christ built in 1932. The Lithuanian Veterinary Institute is located there.Show on map
Kaunas CountyKaunas County (Lithuanian: Kauno apskritis) is one of ten counties of Lithuania. It is in the centre of the country, and its capital is Kaunas. On 1 July 2010, the county administration was abolished, and since that date, Kaunas County remains as the territorial and statistical unit.Show on map
PrienaiPrienai () is a city in Lithuania situated on the Neman River, 39 km (24 mi) south of Kaunas. In 2001 the city had 11,353 inhabitants. The name of the city is a derivative from a surname Prienas. Pociūnai Airport is associated with the city.Show on map
RaseiniaiRaseiniai () (Polish: Rosienie, Yiddish: ראַסיין‎) is a city in Lithuania. It is located on the south eastern foothills of the Samogitians highland, some 5 km (3.1 mi) north from the Kaunas–Klaipėda highway.Show on map
KėdainiaiKėdainiai District Municipality is one of 60 municipalities in Lithuania.Show on map
Different buildings in Kaunas
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Lietuvos sveikatos mokslu universiteto ligonine Kauno klinikosHospital of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Kauno klinikos (Lithuanian: Lietuvos sveikatos mokslų universiteto ligoninė Kauno klinikos) is the largest medical institution in Lithuania. The hospital was established in 1939 in the city of Kaunas, temporary capital of Lithuania during the Interwar period. At present more than 1200 medical doctors and 2500 nursing specialists are working at the hospital. There are 35 departments with different clinical profiles and 15 departments for Out Patient care, which all are situated in 15 buildings. As of 2008 the hospital was governed by habilitated doctor Professor Juozas Pundzius. Since June 29, 2015 it is the only hospital in Lithuania to have highest level (Level 3) Trauma and Emergency Center for both – adult and children.Show on map
Kėdainių AerodromasKedainiai (ICAO: EYKD) is an airport in Lithuania located 45 km north of Kaunas. It has 28 large pads. Aeronautical sources list it as \"civilian\", so its military use has been retired. There is a large hangar as well, that houses a variety of privately owned light aircraft. The civilian aircraft usually operate from the taxiways, as they are more than adequate for light aircraft. It also often hosts auto racing on the main runways, both drag racing and drift courses. The airport was built during the period of USSR control during World War II.Show on map
IX Kauno fortasThe Ninth Fort (Lithuanian: Devintas Fortas) is a stronghold in the northern part of Šilainiai elderate, Kaunas, Lithuania. It is a part of the Kaunas Fortress, which was constructed in the late 19th century. During the occupation of Kaunas and the rest of Lithuania by the Soviet Union, the fort was used as a prison and way-station for prisoners being transported to labour camps. After the occupation of Lithuania by Nazi Germany, the fort was used as a place of execution for Jews, captured Soviets, and others.Show on map
Kauno pilisKaunas Castle is a medieval castle situated in Kaunas, the second-largest city in Lithuania. Archeological evidence suggests that it was originally built during the mid-14th century, in the Gothic style. Its site is strategic – a rise on the banks of the Nemunas River near its confluence with the Neris River. At the beginning of the 21st century, about one-third of the castle was still standing.Show on map
Kauno klinikine ligonineRed Cross Hospital in Kaunas is the oldest still functioning hospital in the city and in Lithuania.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Kaunas
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StrėvaThe Strėva is a river in Trakai and Kaunas district municipalities, Lithuania. In 1348, the Battle of Strėva between the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Teutonic Knights was fought on the frozen river. In 1962, the river was impounded to create the Elektrėnai Reservoir, the third-largest artificial lake in Lithuania. The Strėva flows through Elektrėnai, Žiežmariai, Semeliškės. According to a study in 2001, the Strėva was one of the cleanest rivers in the Neman basin in Lithuania. Variant forms of spelling for Strėva or in other languages: Reka Strava, Strava, Streva, Strėva.Show on map
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ŠumeraThe Šumera is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 23.6 kilometres and has a basin area of 89 km². The river flows into the Obelis River, a tributary of the Nevėžis River, which is in turn a tributary of the Neman River.Show on map
VištupisThe Vištupis is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 6.2 kilometres. The river flows into the Smilga, which is a tributary of the Nevėžis, in turn a tributary of the Neman River.Show on map
VikšrupisThe Vikšrupis is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 16.9 kilometres and has a basin area of 30.4 km². The river is a tributary of the Šušvė.Show on map
DotnuvėlėThe Dotnuvėlė is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 60.9 kilometres and has a basin area of 192.7 km².Show on map
PutnupysThe Putnupys is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 10.9 kilometres and has a basin area of 16.8 km².Show on map
ObelisThe Obelis is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 53.3 kilometres and has a basin area of 673.8 km².Show on map
LiedasThe Liedas is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 17.7 kilometres and has a basin area of 31.5 km².Show on map
AšarėnaThe Ašarėna is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 6.4 kilometres and has a basin area of 8.8 km².Show on map
JaugilaThe Jaugila is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 33 kilometres and has a basin area of 62 km².Show on map
GynėvėThe Gynėvė is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 36 kilometres and has a basin area of 125 km².Show on map
SulevaThe Suleva is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 20 kilometres and has a basin area of 43 km².Show on map
MėklaThe Mėkla is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It flows for 27 kilometres and has a basin area of 93 km².Show on map
NykisThe Nykis is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania. It is a tributary of the Liaudė.Show on map
KačupysThe Kačupys is a river of Kėdainiai district municipality, Kaunas County, central Lithuania.Show on map