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Eastern Europe Starter
Sunday, June 16, 2002
The Adriatic coast, blessed with water bluer than a robin's egg, lies at one end. The old town of Vilnius, one of the world's best-preserved enclaves of Renaissance and Gothic architecture, sits nearly 1,500 miles away at the other. In between lie medieval castles, onion-domed cathedrals and cobblestoned villages that still look much as they did 500 years ago.
Ljubljana may be hard to pronounce, and you may not be able to place Vilnius on your mental map of Europe. But trust us. You should go.