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Summer months receive most precipitation (up to 50% of annual precipitation), autumn and winter are drier with spring being the driest season. The fertile central plains are separated by hilly uplands that are ancient glacial deposits.Snow occurs every year, it can snow from October to April. The highest point is Aukstojas Hill 294.84 m (967.322 ft), about 24 km southeast of Vilnius, just off the main highway to Minsk and within sight of the Belarus border. Lithuania, first formed in the middle of the 13th century, was a huge feudal country stretching from the Baltic to the Black Sea in the Middle Ages and in 1569 entered a union with Poland to form a commonwealth.Riga airport in Latvia is an attractive alternative for destinations in northern Lithuania.There are train connections to Vilnius from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Minsk and Kaliningrad.The Constitution of Lithuania-Poland together with the French Constitution, both adopted in 1791, were the first written constitutions in Europe (the Lithuanian-Polish constitution was adopted a few months earlier).Transitional, between maritime and continental; wet, moderate winters (average of -5°C) and summers (average of 16°C).
Lithuania is justly proud of its unfailing treasures of folklore: colourful clothing, meandering songs, an abundance of tales and stories, sonorous dialects and voluble language.Wedged at the dividing line of Western and Eastern civilizations, Lithuania battled dramatically for its independence and survival.For a period in the 15th century, Lithuania was the largest state in all of Europe, where crafts and overseas trade prospered.Lithuania is an active member of the European Union (since ) and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (since 29 March 2004).Lithuania is the only Baltic country with more than 800 years of statehood tradition, while its name was first mentioned one thousand years ago, in 1009.