Raymond Uzanas of Stonington writes: ¿¿On a recent visit to Lithuania, while strolling along a cobblestone pedestrian way in the Old Town section of the capital city of Vilnius, I saw five young Lithuanian girls attracting the attention of passers-by from inside a chocolate shoppe. Their smiling faces and waves suggested they were enjoying the chance to savor the deliciously expansive selection of chocolate candies before they departed for church services later that morning. Vilnius' role as Lithuanian's capital goes back to the 14th century, interrupted only briefly when Kaunas served that role in the earlier part of the 20th century.¿
Raymond Uzanas
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