Sun didn’t completely set that night.
Path to observation area.
Flower wreaths – traditional decoration.
Šilėnai is a small village located in a western part of Vilnius region a right side of Neris river.
This riverside of Neris is polluted by garbage, especially after winter. Rubber slipper hung on a branch.
Some animal skull.
A part of packaging of some sort of Beko home appliance.
Beavers dammed spring which turned into this pond named “eye”.The dam itself.
Spring signs.The spring from a dam then meanders through forest and fields.
Those fields are somehow polluted by oils.
Outer part of Šilėnai village.According to wiki, village population in 30 years decreased twice and probably this abandoned house is a result.
Wooden church built on 1725 m.
That’s what is left of a full beer can when it is driven over.
Northern side of the village.
Abandoned center in one very nice place, surrounded by pine forests near Neris river.
Fire hydrant door, with a phone number.
Such metal and wood construction connecting two buildings acts as a decoration.
Old mattress. Distanced part of this center is inhabited as smoking chimney can be seen through window.
Fluorescent lamp leftovers.
Hanger still life.
Badly rotten room.
As usual in such abandoned places – document storage, probably containing sensitive data.
This west side building first floor also seen better days.
Corridor leading to emptied kitchen.
Empty stair hall creates strong echoes.
Tiles ripped off.
This hotel was once luxurious, but now only ruins remain.
Old booklet showing visit prices and hotel interior intact.
Old account papers with a date of 1988.
Basement walls are covered with frost.
Light falling through open, broken window.
Furniture turned over.
Some form of graffiti which translates “Die”.
Main hall looking upwards. This is a central part of a building.
Same hall from the second floor.
There is very little left of a kitchen.
Cable thief traces.
Face graffiti in other stairway.
This once was a very nice bathroom.
It looks like the Wolverine was here,
Strange graffiti painting near balcony door.
Laid down door missing a number.
The instructive graffiti on the right translates to “work all year to spend one week at a seaside”.
Small green walled window.
Furniture label “Recreation furniture set”.
It is becoming an annual tradition to go to the same places we visited last year. This includes Vilnius military museum which is free to visit now and has some new exhibits.Truck with a same tank of which I took a photo last year.
Military MAZ truck emblem.
A couple of new exhibits – mobile radars. The marks on the ground show that they have just arrived.
The front end of some sort of aiming mechanism, probably taken out of military ship.
Second and a last tank in this museum. Looking at its fairly good condition I wonder if it would be able to participate in a battle.
Stop signals of an APC (armored personnel carrier).
Some sort of glass labeling.
Overgrown turn signal.
Engine bay of an APC.
Pneumatic filter on some truck.
Side view of a Mercedes Benz 911 truck bonnet.
Label of flammable cargo on a tanker truck.
Rear axle of some truck.
Split side mirror and other exhibits in background.
Custom deluxe interior of a military Chevrolet C/K third gen.
1995 January 4th of an Official Journal of the Republic of Lithuania law.