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“human chain” (16 reviews)
“baltic states” (6 reviews)
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Katedros aikste 1, Vilnius, Lithuania
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Reviewed 4 October 2017 via mobile

The location is a secret! You must search for it yourselves. Located on Cathedral Square. It represents an important and impressive historical event when 2 million people formed a 675 km long human chain through the three Baltic states to protest Soviet occupation. Make sure...More

1  Thank Brede H
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

A really lovely spot. Its a good central location. Make sure to spin three times and wish for your miracle!

Thank Elisabeth C
Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

The southern origin of the human chain in the Baltics that helped lead to renewed independence, if you stand on this tile, make a wish, close your eyes, and turn clockwise 3 times, your wish will be fulfilled. Really. Find the tile between the entrance...More

2  Thank Film G
Reviewed 28 July 2017

Then why not – find the tile (note, you must search for it purposefully or ask for its location, you must find it purely accidentally!) and turn around (no hopping or hand clapping is necessary). Childish, of course, but why not? Personally, I like more...More

Thank acorna
Reviewed 28 July 2017

In 1989, in protest against Soviet occupation, the people of the Baltic States formed a human chain hand in hand, which was "miraculous" because about two million people joined from Tallinn, Estonia; crossing Riga Latvia, until reach Vilnius for about 650 Km. This is the...More

Thank sayseb
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

As the dreamer I am I couldn't resist standing and turning around on Stebuklas-miracle tile. The story tells that if you find the tile all on your own, here's what you should do: spin around three times clockwise, jump up and clap your hands and...More

Thank betyouare
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

The Stebuklas is more than just a miracle tile: it is hallowed ground, a piece of inspirational history. If you do make it to the Cathedral Square in Vilnius, superstition would have you find the tile all on your own, without purposefully looking for it....More

Thank lian1983phuket
Reviewed 10 June 2017

This stone in the Cathedral square - to the right of the entrance between the church and the tower - was one end of the singing chain that helped lead to Baltic independence. Children turn on it and make wishes.

Thank TomR501
Reviewed 9 May 2017

I did not quite get this. Apparently the Stebuklas-stone figures in Lithuanian folklore or public psyche as an important place. Though reading about the stone it was hard to see the fascination. However it is interesting about the "Miracle line" of people standing from Stebuklas...More

Thank ofHarwich
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Just stand on it, close your eyes and turn around 3 times (your friends can help you) and (if you believe) - your wish will come true (one day).

Thank Kestutis_An
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