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Lithuania Facts Info Stuff (LT):

Lithuania Latitude Facts: 55.25305 and Lithuania Longitude Facts: 23.72465

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Lithuania Regions are: Alytaus Apskritis Kauno Apskritis Klaipedos Apskritis Marijampoles Apskritis Panevezio Apskritis Siauliu Apskritis Taurages Apskritis Telsiu Apskritis Utenos Apskritis Vilniaus Apskritis

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