The owner of the so-called "Vijūnėlė estate", a large house in the spa resort of Druskininkai, southern Lithuania, has turned to the European Court of Human Rights, Druskininkai Mayor Ričardas Malinauskas says.
Vijūnėlė estate in Druskininkai
© Romas Sadauskas – Kvietkevičius

The ECHR has accepted the complaint of the property's owner Žilvinas Povilonis, Malinauskas told a press conference on Monday.

Lithuanian courts have ruled the 600-square-meter Vijūnėlė estate was built illegally and must be knocked down by December 22 last year but it was never done.

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