Fate of Soviet sculptures on Vilnius Green Bridge to be decided in autumn

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The fate of the controversial Soviet-era sculptures on the Green Bridge in the Lithuanian capital should be decided during a conference organized by the State Commission for Cultural Heritage this fall, daily Lietuvos žinios reported Friday.
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