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  • Vilnius boosts social morale with open-air city revamp
  • Vilnius boosts social morale with open-air city revamp
    Ian Valerio (2018) ©
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Vilnius boosts social morale with open-air city revamp

As countries come out of lockdown, public space is getting a rethink in light of anxieties around social distancing. In Lithuania’s capital, Vilnius, public spaces are being transformed into open-air cafes and restaurants as indoor restrictions remain, keeping businesses alive and morale high.

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