Uzupis, Lithuania's most interesting is the country name UZ, the national flag is the "republic on the other side" of the mole in the palm of the palm, named because it is located on the opposite bank of the river in the Old City of Vilnius. Self-declared the founding of the country in 1997. It has its own national flag, president and constitution. On a wall at the center, a dozen kinds of written constitutions became the highlight of the visit, mainly emphasizing the rights that everyone has. The last two "Don't be defeated" and "Don't surrender" perfectly reflect the pursuit of this "artist organization".
Also known as the Opposite Republic, a "farce" country, come to Lithuania to earn one more country. Of course, small and poor can be seen as an art district and a paradise for hippies. The vegetation is particularly lush, the souvenir shop can also be stamped, many fun souvenirs (but too expensive). There are many boutique coffee shops and red hotels nearby!
The largest ancient Baroque city in Europe, Jerusalem in Lithuania. Everyone has their own style, but they don’t violate the many details of the city. It’s also very cute. Someone translated it into Utopia. It’s interesting
This place is quite unique! I bought postcards with their commemorative stamps and found Uzupis' post office. You can get to this area by crossing a small bridge. After having a meal in the restaurant inside, I found the laws translated into 26 languages on the wall, especially in Chinese. It's nice to have time to walk around.
It’s a small place where artists gather. It’s nice to walk around and have a cup of coffee.
Uzupis is located directly east of the old city, a land of artists, dreamers, tramps and drunks. This region once declared "independence" in 1998, and has its own "President", "National Anthem" and "Flag", and the "Charter of the Republic" is engraved on one wall.