Kaunas might apply for European Youth Capital

Municipality of Lithuania's second-largest city Kaunas aims to become the European Youth Capital, with a vote planned in the city council next week on whether it should send in its application.
Kaunas Town Hall
© DELFI / Rafael Achmedov

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