Lithuanian Money

I find this note interesting as Australia despite being a wealthier country than Lithuania only has a $100 note as a maximum. Mind you seeing the 500 Litu note ($250 AUD) in action is something I haven’t in almost a year, mostly even using a 100 Litu note is going to inconvenience a vendor.

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2 thoughts on “Lithuanian Money”

  1. cool blog! i’m a native lithuanian but i’m studying in copenhagen at the time, so it’s interesting to compare both your’s/mine local/foreign points of view. i haven’t been home for more than half a year, and the photos wake up nostalgia in me 🙂
    i think it would be interesting for other people as well. think about registering on some aggregation site for more publicity. http://www.lietblogs.net/ could be an option, but i’m not sure if it’s supposed to contain only blogs in lithuanian, and it seems to be not working since a few days ago.

  2. Thanks for the comment!

    I seem to have at least a little interest from Lithuanian’s and people searching for Lithuanian food such as cepelinai. Makes sense I guess though I never really thought anybody from Lithuania would visit here!

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