Yesterday I've read an article in our main business newspaper. Something about agriculture.
Not that I'm so much into that field, but I can't help myself but cite one of the presented tables:
It is only recently that Lithuania started to be visited by really big stars of pop, rock and other music styles.
Ok, officially it is called "XXXIII Lithuanian pedestrian travellers marathon", though in reality it should be something like "Walk until you drop".
These guys are the national birds of Lithuania. They are called storks (or white storks, to be more precise).
Autumn is a nice time for some goodies from the forest. Even though it may look like sime kind of archaism, trust me - picking berries and mushrooms is actually one of the best possible ways to spend a free Saturday afternoon. Maybe Sunday too, if you get hooked enough.
A seaport is usually an important backbone of country's economy. Look at the power that such a relatively small country as Portugal achieved through exploring, expanding and trading in some ...th century. The same suits for big countries, for example England.
The most popular sport in Lithuania is basketball. By far. Children play on the streets, teenagers play in basketball schools, adults play after work. And after basketball they usually have a few beers. I mean adults.
The site is about photos, not words.
I nearly forgot :)
Here's the first picture, to your pleasure (click to magnify):
this site has just launched, and this is the first post. Now it has a basic functionality of a usual community based site, but a lot more (in a realistic time frame) is planned in future.