Remains of Lithuania's rebel leader found on Gedimino Hill - initial data

Remains of Zigmantas Sierakauskas, the leader of the Lithuanian 1863 uprising against the tsarist Russia, have been found on the Gedimino Hill in central Vilnius, the Culture Ministry said on Wednesday, citing initial data.
Zigmantas Sierakauskas

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