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English: Lithuania history:
  • 13th century (during the reign of Mindaugas)
  • 15th century (during the reign of Vytautas the Great)
  • Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and border between its parts
  • Border of 1923 (the area of Vilnius being a part of Poland)
  • Modern Republic of Lithuania
Français : Histoire territoriale de la Lituanie
  • XIIIe siècle (règne de Mindaugas)
  • XVe siècle (règne de Vytautas le Grand)
  • Communauté polono-lituanienne et frontière interne
  • Frontière de 1923 (les environs de Vilnius sont polonais)
  • République moderne de Lituanie
Lietuvių: Lietuva įvairiais istoriniais laikotarpiais:
  • Violetinė riba - Mindaugo laikų Lietuva
  • Žalia - Vytauto laikų
  • Oranžinė - LLV ( Abiejų Tautų Respublika). Punktyru - riba tarp Lietuvos ir Lenkijos
  • Žalia - kaimyninių šalių (išskyrus Lenkiją) pripažinta 1923 metų siena
  • Raudona - dabartinė Lietuvos Respublika
Date 12 December 2005 (upload date)
Source Own work
Author Knutux

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