I did not know that Lithuania is also minaret! Like!
Overall, there are less than 3000 Muslims in Lithuania according to the last census held in 2001 and 3 Lithuanian Tatars mosques.
Thanks for the info!
Splendid shot and beautiful mınaret simka,
best wishes from Macedonia, Ahmet Bekir
Thank You, Nature Lover and Ahmet Bekir**! Greetings from Latvia, simka.
no words !!!! ~ ♥ Like ♥
greetings from Poland , Peter ♥
Thank you, Peter! Greetings from Latvia, simka.
Одинокий минарет, как белая береза. Simka, очень нравится Ваша галерея, сделанная с любовью и большим вкусом. Если не против, включаю Вас в избранные. С уважением, Владимир.
I did not know that there are mosques in Lithuania. Are there a Muslim?
The medieval Grand Duchy of Lithuania of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, stretching from Baltic to Black seas, included some Muslim lands in the south, inhabited by Crimean Tatars. Some of people from those lands were moved into ethnically Lithuanian lands. The Tatars, now referred to as Lithuanian Tatars, lost their language over time and now speak Lithuanian as natives; however, they have not lost Islam as their religion.
Overall, there are less than 3000 Muslims in Lithuania according to the last census held in 2001.
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