The A. Žmuidzinavičius Art Museum (or as it's also called the Devil's Museum) is worth visiting too. There they keep a great number of statues of devil. One of the most shocking exhibits is the Hitler and Stalin that are shaking a wicked calf over a pile of Lithuanian craniums. The Pažaislis monastery of the 16th century and Resurrection church (the tallest one in the country) are also very curious places.
Before the Second World War started, a lot of Jewish used to live in Kaunas. You'll have an opportunity to see with your own eye the old ghetto – Slobodka. There the Nazis kept the Jewish before putting them to death. Kaunas is full of young people. And it's no surprise: the largest number of universities is located in this city. It has Vytautas Magnus University, Sport and Physical Education University, University of Technology of Kaunas, University of Medicine, Agriculture and economy Academy, Veterinary Academy and it's just a part of the list. Every year thousands of students come to Kaunas to get knowledge in various spheres of science.
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