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II-VI: 10:00-16:00
Tickets starting at €2 per person

Freedom Struggles Museum

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Housed in the former narrow-gauge railway station of Utena, the Freedom Struggles Museum serves as a poignant reflection of Utena and Lithuania's pivotal events from 1940-1965, juxtaposing them with life behind the Iron Curtain.
Housed in the former narrow-gauge railway station of Utena, the Freedom Struggles Museum serves as a poignant reflection of Utena and Lithuania's pivotal events from 1940-1965, juxtaposing them with life behind the Iron Curtain. The contemporary and interactive displays detail the history of the Panevėžys–Švenčionėliai narrow-gauge railway, delve into the bitter division of Europe following secret pacts in 1939, discuss Lithuania's Soviet occupation and annexation, recount Lithuanians' forced involvement in WWII, narrate the stories of deportation, post-war resistance, and the establishment of collective farms in the Utena region.

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