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In 1995, the geographical centre of Lithuania (55°19' N and 23°54' E) was oficially determined to be located in Ruoščiai village and marked with a large field rock. Two more rocks symbolizing Žemaitija and Aukštaitija were braught here according to the project of architect Vytautas Kundrotas. A new sign was established here in 2009. A granite plate with carved coordinates of the geographical centre was placed on the rocks.


Ruoščiai village, Kėdainiai District

Geographic centre of Lithuania
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