Photo of the week: Can this Lithuanian coat of arms be seen from space?

On King Midaugas day (6 July), the Stetiškės airfield near Panevėžys was covered with a massive 20-hectare Lithuanian coat of arms that the organisers hope will be seen from space when an opticl satellite passes overhead on Saturday.

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