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Identifying the Great Synagogue of Vilna in Vilnius, Lithuania
Since 1957, the remains of the Great Synagogue of Vilna in Vilnius, Lithuania have been hidden under an elementary school. An international team of scientists used ground penetrating radar (GPR) to identify the buried ...
Locating Subsurface Structures at the Krošinskių Manor Rokiškis, Lithuania
Ground penetrating radar (GPR) surveys were conducted at the former Krošinskių Manor, located in Rokiškis, Lithuania, searching for remnants of the manor complex. The manor belonged to the Krošinskių family, who ruled the ...
Identifying the Great Synagogue of Vilnius, Lithuania With Ground Penetrating Radar
The Great Synagogue of Vilnius, Lithuania was heavily damaged by the Nazi’s during World War II. From preliminary analysis, remains of the synagogue’s walls have been located in Grid #2 and further analysis with EKKO_Project ...
Investigating the Trakas Holocaust Mass Execution Site : Subsurface Imaging
The Trakas-Pempiškis woods, located to the south of Rokiškis, Lithuania, is the site of a mass execution of an estimated 28 Svėdasai Jews in the summer of 1941. During WWII, 95 percent of the Jewish population in Lithuania ...