Druskininkai In Your Pocket

Lithuania’s principal health resort, Druskininkai is one of the country’s fastest growing holiday destinations. A former nomenklatura playground and host to some startlingly unique architecture from its 19th-century wooden Russian Orthodox church to a handful of experimental Soviet-era hotels and sanatoria, the town can also claim two past great artistic residents in the sculptor Jacques Lipchitz and the artist and composer Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis. A 10-minute drive from the bizarre outdoor Soviet theme park Grūto Parkas and deriving its name from the Lithuanian word for salt, Druskininkai is a town like no other.
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