Josvainiai is a small town in Kėdainiai district, central Lithuania. It is located on the Šušvė River 10 km southwest from Kėdainiai.
With Laima Ardaviciene and Harry Gorfine
Kedainiai Jewish Cemetery - Google Search
CEMETERY: Kedainiai has two Jewish cemeteries, just outside town. The old one, founded in the 18th century, was destroyed, has no gravestones,…
Harry & Laima doing maintenance
On Thursday August 28, 1941, a group of over 2,000 Jewish men, women and children from Kėdainiai and the nearby settlements of Šėta and Žeimiai were marched to the hamlet of Daukšiai approximately 5km north of the town centre and shot in small batches by 20 Lithuanian volunteers. The corpses we
A world-class institution, the Lost Shtetl Museum, will open its doors in Šeduva in 2023. “Shtetl” is the Yiddish word for small town, and the name Lost Shtetl Museum was chosen to reflect the disappearance of Jewish communities that were destroyed during the Holocaust in Lithuania and throughout Ea…
Update on opening of Lost Shetl: now in Summer 2024
Seduva - Google Search
Šeduva is a town in the Radviliškis district municipality, Lithuania. It is located 18 km east of Radviliškis.
Šeduva was an agricultural town dealing in cereals, flax and linseed, pigs and geese and horses, at the site of a royal estate and beside a road from Kaunas to Riga. Wikipedia
Windmill Restaurant Seduva - Google Search
Jewish settlers in Lithuania - Seduva, Darbenai, Kedainiai, Ukmerge, ... The wooden mill has burned down, but the brick windmill built in its place,…
Krakes Lithuania - Google Search
Krake, Krakes, Krakiu, Krakių, Krakės, Kroki, Кракес · Populated place - a city, town, village, or other agglomeration of buildings where people live and work.
On the road to Krakes
Meeting with Robertas Dubinka – Education Director and Daiva Dubinkienė, teacher.