World Lithuanians gathering in Kaunas for Lithuanian language summer course

Vytautas Magnus University invited expatriate Lithuanians and nationals of foreign countries who would like to study the Lithuanian language and see the country to attend an intensive summer course on the Lithuanian language and culture.
Vytautas Magnus University
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