Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Nifty Nida, Lithuania

Lithuania has a hidden gem, a sort of mini Nantucket without the upturned noses and related money flashing. Nida is located down the Curonian spit, a tree-speckled sand dune that runs along the Baltic coast of Lithuania (and Russia). There's not much going on in Nida, just beautiful architecture and natural scenery.

In the center of town, a sleepy marina.

Traditional church. Traditional lighthouse.

Tidy groves of trees dot the town.

Parts still set in the Soviet past. The other church in Nida.

A lazy day on the lagoon that separates the spit from mainland Lithuania.

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