Excavations on the Kernave World Heritage site, 40 mi/65 km north of Vilnius, are uncovering a long-forgotten medieval town believed to be the first capital of Lithuania. A nearby hill holds the ruins of the town's protective castle. Archaeological finds from the site can be seen at the Kernave Historical and Archaeological Museum.
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