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So, if you don’t want to feel like a white crow (a Lithuanian saying), you must anticipate the things that cannot be found in travel guides.
Here are some tips on what may be done in Lithuania and what is taboo.
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Multiple such town have Lithuanian churches dating to ~1950s: somewhat modern, somewhat old in style appropriate for a time when the Lithuanian refugees were living with both the modern realities of Canada and their old traditions.
A wooden corss or chapel-post stands in the yards to tell everyone that Lituanity has not been destroyedeven if there was no independent Lithuania at the time.
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In 1959 they used an opportunity to buy a small local church (as its parish moved into a larger building) thereby establishing St. Lithuanian Canadians loved church names related to Lithuania. Casimir (Lithuania's patron saint) also stands at Windsor (1043 Greendale Drive).If you are interested in practicing your Lithuanian or just would like to meet Lithuanians, to know more about our culture and traditions, or even to participate in some cultural events, why not try looking at these two websites: Website: The Lithuanian scouts movement in the UK started back in 1948.