It started in 2009 as a temporary exhibition. It has now been a permanent fixture. In order to get a plaquette on the wall, you have to be a writer or poet with a strong cultural connection to Lithuania.
Why this street? Because it used to have a lot of bookstores and antique shops. They are long gone. The artworks try to give some of the vanished culture back to this neighborhood.
The colorful collection looks great on these grey walls. They might intrigue you to get to know the writer or poet depicted. Mission accomplished, hooked on Lithuanian culture.....
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