The collection of around 200 books from the library of the late Hamburg literature professor Klaus Schroeter includes the first publications by Mann and books which the Nobel Prize in Literature laureate used in writing his books.
The books will be put on display in a special room of the museum, which is housed in a villa where the German novelist spent summers between 1930 and 1932 with his family.
Baltic Paganism, surviving in Europe up until the very late Medieval times, gave rise not only to...
Even though there was no Inquisition in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, witch processes and trials were...
Up until the official Christening of Lithuania in 1387, the custom of burning the dead prevailed in...