Quick Answer: Where do most people in Lithuania live?

The three largest cities in Lithuania are Vilnius (542,366) – which is also the capital of Lithuania, Kaunas (306,800) and Klaipeda (158,500).

Where do most Lithuanians live?

According to the data of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Migration Department, approximately 463 thousand Lithuanians are living abroad. The majority reside in the United Kingdom (44 percent), Norway (10 percent), Germany (12 percent) and Ireland (8 percent.)

Do most Lithuanians live in rural areas?

30,8 per cent of the total Lithuanian population lives in approximately 22,000 rural settlements of various sizes. Most of them are small villages with a population of less than 50 inhabitants. The density of population is 18,0 inhabitants per km2.

How many adults live in Lithuania?

2,731,464 (July 2020 est.) 65 years and over: 20.45% (male 190,025/female 368,558) (2020 est.)

What does Lithuanian people look like?

They have fair skin, more than 80% have light-colored eyes and many have light-colored hair (a stereotypical Lithuanian is thus blue-eyed blonde, even though such people are a minority). Lithuanians are among the tallest peoples of the world (this maybe explains their affinity for basketball).

What is Lithuania known for?

Lithuania is famous for its landscapes, flatlands, abundant forests, lakes and marches. In addition, the seaside with its sandy beaches where amber may be found and the Curonian Spit with its impressive images and dunes attract tourists as well.

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Are Lithuanians dark?

Ethnic lithuanians tend to be more dark than blond. There are some blonds, but most have light brown to dark brown hair.

Who is the most famous Lithuanian?

Famous Lithuanians

  • Violeta Urmana. Opera singer.
  • Jurgis Mačiūnas. Artist.
  • Birutė Galdikas. Anthropologist, environmentalist.
  • Arūnas Matelis. Film director.
  • Rūta Šepetys. Writer.
  • Žydrūnas Savickas. Strongman.
  • David Geringas. Cellist and Conductor.
  • Ilja Laurs. Businessman.
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