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Maps of Lithuania

Demographic maps

Ethnic map of Lithuania

Ethnic map of Lithuania. The minorities are largely concentrated in the east. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

See also: Ethnicities in Lithuania

Religious maps of Lithuania

Map of Lithuanian religious communities. In most municipalities 90%+ people are Roman Catholic. Significant religious minorities are concentrated in particular areas. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

Map of religious minority houses of worship in Lithuania. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

See also: Religions in Lithuania

Transportation maps

Lithuania road distance map

Lithuanian road network scheme with distances in kilometers marked. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

More info: Getting around Lithuania

Lithuania passenger rail map

Lithuanian passenger railway services scheme with times necessary to get between stations marked. The times are approximate but fast and slow trains in Lithuania do not deviate that much from each other, so you shouldn't expect the real travel time to be more than 20% longer or shorter than specified here. The train routes are normally quite long (100-400 km) so you would not need to change trains if going in one direction. This map is extensive, however, a few less-than-daily and suburban routes are not marked. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

More info: Getting around Lithuania

Lithuania air routes map

A map of available air routes and frequencies from Lithuania and the most popular ways to transfer further on.

More info: Getting to and from Lithuania

Political and economic maps

Countries richer and poorer than Lithuania

Countries richer than Lithuania (GNP per capita 2013) are green in this map while those poorer than Lithuania are red. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

More info: Economy of Lithuania

Map of Lithuanian visa policy

Citizens of the green countries do not need visa to Lithuania.
Citizens of the red countries need a Lithuanian visa.
Citizens of light green countries do not need visa if they have biometric passports.
2013. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

More info: Lithuanian Visas and Entry Requirements

Historical maps

Map of Grand Duchy of Lithuania expansion (13th-15th centuries)

Establishment an expansion of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, superimposed on modern European state boundaries. The areas enclosed by black dotted lines indicates regions both acquired and lost before 1430. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

More info: Grand Duchy of Lithuania (until 1569)

Map of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth at its largest extent (~1630)

Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth at its highest territorial extent (1616-1657) superimposed on modern European state boundaries. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

More info: Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1569-1795)

Map of Lithuanian National Revival (19th century)

Simplified map of the ethnic-linguistic situation of Lithuania ~1900. It could not depict the mixed areas, numerous ethno-linguistic enclaves, diglossia and dual identities that prevailed alongside ethno-linguistic boundaries. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

More info: The rule of Russian Empire in Lithuania (1795-1918)

Map of Interwar Lithuania (1920s-1930s)

A map of interwar Lithuania with some new information for clarity. Klaipėda region and Vilnius region are marked.

More info: Interwar independent Lithuania

Decline of Lithuanian language (200-1990 AD)

The decline of Lithuanian language and other Baltic languages over the centuries, stemmed by Lithuanian and Latvian national revivals and independence. ©Augustinas Žemaitis.

More info: Lithuanian language

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