Lithuania Coat of Arms

Lithuanian / Lietuvių Kalba

Lithuanian is a Baltic language and is closely related to Latvian. It has about 3.2 million native speakers in Lithuania and about 200,000 in the rest of the world. Lithuanian is a conservative language and linguists take great interest in it as it is believed to be the oldest surviving Proto Indo-European language.

Lithuanian has two major dialects, Aukštaitian and Samogitian. The dialects are closely connected to different ethnographic regions in Lithuania.

Lithuanian is the official language of Lithuania and is a recognised minority language in Poland. It is also one of the official languages of the European Union.


Lithuania Church

Lithuania Countryside

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Did You Know?

With Lithuanian being a Proto-Indo European language it has many similar words to Sanskrit, a classical Indian language.


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