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Testimonials
Marius Jovaiša, Photographer, Author of the Project “Unseen Lithuania”
Most often Lithuanians become united only when they face danger or great misfortune. It is not easy to inspire us all together to feel united.

Small portion of the bricks will be redone due to the mistakes and some technical problems. There are still 170 more bricks that can be sold untill March 11th, 2011.

Steering Group of the Sculpture “Laisvės kelias”

  • Dr. Zenonas Butkus – Professor, Dean of Vilnius University History Faculty
  • Šarūnas Frolenko – President of the Council of Lithuanian Youth Organisations
  • Tadas Gutauskas – Sculptor, Author of “Laisvės kelias” idea
  • Marius Jovaiša – Photographer, Author of the Project “Unseen Lithuania”
  • Dr. Rimvydas Jasinavičius – Professor of Mykolas Romeris University, President of the Confederation of Business Employers of Vilnius City and County
  • Algirdas Kaušpėdas – Architect, Soloist of “Antis” music group, Member of the steering group and Council of Sąjūdis Movement
  • Linas Kleiza – Member of the Lithuanian National Basketball Team and Piraeus “Olympiakos” Club
  • Saulius Liausa – Director of the Lithuanian Centre for Folk Culture
  • Andrius Mamontovas – Composer, Author and Performer of Songs
  • Dr. Romas Pakalnis – Chairman of Lithuanian National Commission for UNESCO, member of the steering group of Sąjūdis Movement
  • Saulius Pamerneckis – Architect of the Project “The Road of Freedom”, member of the Board of Vilnius City Architects’ Council
  • Angonita Rupšytė – Assistant to Sąjūdis Movement, one of the organisers of “The Baltic Way”
  • Audrius Siaurusevičius – Director General of LRT
  • Valdemaras Vaičekauskas – Hortus Investment Banking Board Chairman
  • Aistė Žilinskienė – Communication Manager of the internet news portal Delfi
  • Vidas Rachlevičius – Editor of Versus Magazine
  • Mantas Žvironas – Representative of Vilnius Rotary Clubs in the Project

Statements of steering group members


Saulius Pamerneckis, Architect of the Project “The Road of Freedom”, Vilnius City Architects’ Council Board member. I think that Lithuanians become united when they have a common goal – transparent and clear for all. Today such a goal does not exist. Everyone is deeply absorbed by their own problems, is angry and irritated. Maybe the nation will become more united, if each member of the nation thinks unselfishly: ‘What good things have I done to those around me?’
Šarūnas Frolenko, President of the Council of Lithuanian Youth Organisations
Lithuania today lacks ideas that unite. There is much more scepticism, desperation and disbelief than solidarity, determination and faith.
Valdemaras Vaičekauskas, Hortus Investment Banking Board Chairman
In my opinion, Lithuanians are really united because they deserve their own State which they restored and protected 20 years ago. And they are also united because of the choice of the fundamental principles on the basis of which that State is meant to exist – freedom, democracy and market economy. But there is one thing – one State does not yet guarantee a fostering society – the latter is created through the work of its citizens.
Marius Jovaiša, Photographer, Author of the Project “Unseen Lithuania”
Most often Lithuanians become united only when they face danger or great misfortune. It is not easy to inspire us all together to feel united.
Angonita Rupšytė, Assistant to Sąjūdis Movement, one of the organisers of “The Baltic Way”
Every Nation is alive as long as it remembers and values its history and future. The spirit of the Nation can vanish if each of us separately and all together – the Children of Lithuania – become indifferent to our country, culture, history and language.
Dr. Zenonas Butkus, Professor, Dean of Vilnius University History Faculty
Lithuania is quite united, but you can never have too much of solidarity. At present the country is fragmented, in particular, in social terms, with distinct social inequality and different attitudes – some people are supporting ideas, while others are pushing pragmatism. It is “The Baltic Way” symbolically renewed after 20 years which can mobilise the nation again, because two decades ago radical and more moderate forces united to form the chain from Vilnius to Tallinn.
Andrius Mamontovas, Singer
Unfortunately, today there is no solidarity or targeted movement in any direction in Lithuania. There are many opinions. On the other hand it is natural, because our Independence is only 20 years old, which means that we are all still in the early stages of development and our state is not yet completely developed. We are looking for directions on where to go. Just like teenagers wandering in search for their place in life.
Algirdas Kaušpėdas, Architect, Leader of Music Group “Antis”
The issue of solidarity and unity is rather complicated. People are united during époques of totalitarian regimes because they are united, for example, by some idea of Stalin. In a democratic state people must have different opinions and such different opinions must be respected. What happened in Lithuania 20 years ago was solidarity, however it cannot be compared with the present day Lithuania with numerous opinions and all of them right.

Bricks search


  • 21291. Lukas Tarutis, Kaunas
  • 21290. Kristupas Tarutis, Kaunas
  • 21289. DABRILŲ šeima, Kaunas
  • 21288. danutė jarašiūnienė, plungė
  • 21287. Alonso šeima, Čikaga / Vilnius
  • 21286. jonas kryžanauskas, Vilnius
  • 21285. A. A. Mackevičių šeima, Kelmė
  • 21284. Vladimir Petrunin, Vilnius
  • 21283. ONA BALANDIENĖ, VILNIUS
  • 21282. Vilhelmas Urbonas, Norvegija
  • 21281. Zelma Vindžegalskienė, Kaunas
  • 21280. Tadas Vindžegalskis, Kaunas
  • 21279. G.M.M. Lazauskų šeima, Kaunas
  • 21278. ČIČELIŲ šeima, VILNIUS
  • 21277. DONATAS KRASICKAS, VILNIUS
  • 21276. Jūratė Mickevičiūtė, Vilnius
  • 21275. BUZILIAUSKU šeima, Vilniaus raj. D. Riese
  • 21274. Janina Buinevičienė, Vilnius
  • 21273. Deimantas Buinevičius, Vilnius
  • 21272. JUSTINA ŽUKOVSKAJA, VILNIUS
  • 21271. Vilma Kriaučiūnienė, Kuršėnai
  • 21270. ARŪNAS ŠLEKYS, VASINGTONAS
  • 21269. Augustinas Masalskas, Vilnius
  • 21268. Aurimas Masalskas, Vilnius
  • 21267. U. IR M. NAVARSKŲ šeima, Utena
  • 21266. AUGUSTĖ ŠLEŽEVIČIŪTĖ, KAUNAS
  • 21265. Alfonsas A.L. Matiukas, Kaunas
  • 21264. TOMAS PETERIS, Klaipėda
  • 21263. VALDEMARAS PETERIS, Klaipėda
  • 21262. EDNA ERVYNA ŠLAKAITYTĖ, Tauragė
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