Lithuania Map

Lithuania Map


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Lithuania (Lietuva in Lithuanian) is a land of fertile, low-lying plains in the western and central regions and rolling hills in the eastern portion of the country. A flat coastal plain lies along the Baltic Sea. Nearly all of Lithuania’s land is less than 200 m in elevation. About 1/4 is forested, and there are thousands of lakes in the countryside.

Lithuania is the largest of the Baltic states, with an area of about 65,300 km˛. Lithuania’s Baltic coast extends 99 km. The southern half of the coastline is buttressed by the Curonian Spit, a long, narrow sandbar that forms an offshore lagoon.





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