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The Lithuania Tribune would like to wish all of our readers a happy Easter weekend!
Happy Easter from the Lithuania Tribune!
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Monday will be a national day off in Lithuania, so our staff will be back in the office on Tuesday to bring you the latest news and views from Lithuania. In the mean time, we hope you enjoy the holiday.

If you decide to decorate Easter eggs, come participate in our Easter egg contest!

If you're in Lithuania and looking for something to do this weekend, check out our brief selection of events from throughout the country.

Sincerely,
The Lithuania Tribune staff

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