Lithuania 1 Litas 1994, P-53 Uncirculated Unc.

Lithuania 1 Litas 1994, P-53 Uncirculated Unc.

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The Republic of Lithuania declared its independence from the soviet union in 1990, and it
was recognized by the United States and the Soviet government in Moscow in 1991, Followed by a seat in the UN General Assembly on Sept. 17, 1991.

It's located in the east Europe part and is the southmost of the baltic states, its capital is Vilnius which is the biggest city of the country with a population of under 600,000 people.

This note which was issued in 1994 features the portrait of Žemaitė (1845-1921), she was a Lithuanian educator and democrat in the Lithuanian awakening, she took part in the Lithuanian women's congress in 1907 and the Russian women's congress in 1908.

World paper money catalog # P-53

Uncirculated