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Visaginas: Lithuania’s Nuclear Town πŸ‡±πŸ‡Ή

πŸ‡±πŸ‡Ή Since Lithuania gained it’s independence in 1991 it has removed as much of its Soviet past as it possibly could unlike in other post-Soviet republics where there are constant reminders of the USSR around every corner. However in the north of the country lies the town of Visaginas where I was told I could find the last remaining Soviet mosaic ( kind of ). Join me as I head north to see how life is in Visaginas which was built to house the workers from the nearby atomic power station and maybe meet some babushkas on the way.

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