Pralalympic square in Vilnius to celebrate Lithuanian team

Lithuanian athletes are ready to go to the Paralympic Games to compete in goalball, judo, rowing, swimming and athletics competitions. To draw the public's attention to the Paralympics, Vilnius authorities have organized a Paralympics square, located near the Cathedral, where people are welcome to try out a number of Paralympic sports.

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Lithuanian Paralympic team
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