25 years UNESCO – Vilnius Old Town Changes 1994-2019
25 years ago Vilnius was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As the old town after the maintenance and restoration work carried out in this area, you can see at the exhibition, which is published in the Vilnius Old Town Renewal Agency and e-version.
The exhibition was prepared by the Vilnius Old Town Renewal Agency (www.vsaa.lt), assisting ICOMOS Lithuanian National Committee and the Union of Restorers. Photos: I-X stands – Public institution Vilnius Old Town Renewal Agency.
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