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42 locals recommend ·
About this place
Užupio angelas — tai 2001 metais centrinėje Užupio aikštėje atidengta skulptūra, stovinti ant 8,5 m aukščio kolonos.
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Area is popular with artists, it has declared independence in 1997 April 1st and has its own constitution.
Enjoy your days and nights in Vilnius’ artisan neighbourhood of Uzupis. You will love the welcoming and down to earth vibe
It is the most characteristic area of the town, here you'll breath a unique artistic air that surround every cm of this place.
The self-proclaimed “Republic” of Užupis is Vilnius’ Bohemian and artistic district. It has its own anthem, constitution, president, bishop, two churches, the Bernadine Cemetery – one of the oldest in the city -, seven bridges, and its own guardian called The Bronze Angel of Užupis, who was put in…
Vilnius city area which is being famous of unique old buildings and micro cultrure. Locals calls this area as separate republic. There mostly lives artists and other creative people:) I always enjoy this place.
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