The Labeled Map of Lithuania indicates that the country is called the Republic of Lithuania. This country is situated in the region of the Baltic of Europe. It is considered one of the Baltic states. Along the south-eastern shore of the Baltic Sea, this country is located and to the southeast of Sweden and Denmark.
Labeled Map of Lithuania
Lithuania is bordered in the north by Latvia, in the east and south by Belarus, in the south by Poland, and in the southwest by Kaliningrad Oblast, which is a Russian exclave. Further, this country in the east has a coastline running along the Baltic Sea. With Sweden, Lithuania shares a maritime border. As of Wednesday, August 19, the current population of Lithuania stands at 2,716,885 people. This population figure is equivalent to 0.03% of the total global population. The total area of the country is equivalent to 65,300 square kilometers. Approximately, one-third of the territory of Lithuania is enclosed by forests. About 4.5% of the island is covered by water.
The country has more than 2,800 lakes, the area of which is greater than 0.5 hectares in size. As regards rivers in Lithuania, there are eighteen rivers that flow in the country, which are longer than one hundred kilometers. The majority, regarding religion followed, is Roman Catholic. Other religions followed, including Evangelical Reformists and Lutherans, Old Believers, Russian Orthodox, Sunni Muslims, Greek Catholics, Jewish, and Karaites.
Labeled Map of Lithuania with States
While looking into the labeled map of Lithuania with states, the entire territory of the country is divided into ten counties. They are all named and have their own capitals. Further, these counties are divided into sixty municipalities. Accordingly, they are categorized into nine city municipalities, forty-three district municipalities, and eight municipalities.
Labeled Map of Lithuania with Cities
As a part of the labeled map of Lithuania with cities, some of the names of the five cities, include Anykščiai, Palanga, Neringa, Druskininkai, and Birštonas. All these cities have a special resort status. However, many of the cities are small, and there are only nineteen cities with a population exceeding 20,000 people. Through the territory of Lithuania, the cities are evenly spread out.
Labeled Lithuania Map with Capital
Through labeled Lithuania with capital, Vilnius is recognized as the largest and capital city of Lithuania. This city is located at the confluence of the rivers Vilnia and Neris. Currently, this city is a prominent industrial center manufacturing machine tools, electronic calculators, agricultural machinery, and other items, like foodstuffs, clothing, textiles, electrical and electronic apparatus. The city is famous for its cultural center of the country.
In 1969, famous educational institute, like the Vilnius Civil Engineering Institute was established. The city has an established University known as, The V. Kapsukas State University. Besides, the city has schools for teacher training, institutes for fine arts including museums and theatres. There is an art gallery that was constructed in the eighteenth century. This building now occupies the town hall of the city.