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Vizija Lithuania
Pop, Dance
LRT Opus Lithuania
Dance, Electronic
lrt klasika Lithuania
Classical Music, Culture
Mantra radio Lithuania
Meditation, Religious RS
Play Radio Lithuania
Top 40, Rock, Hip Hop
Neringa FM Lithuania
Variety, Indie, Soul
Devilzz Radio Lithuania
Rock, Metal, Alternative rock
PMR Lithuania
World, Folk
Easy FM Lithuania
Classical Music, Jazz, Easy Listening
Relax FM Lithuania
Blues, Jazz, Variety
Radijo stotis M-1 Plius Lithuania
Adult contemporary, Pop, Variety
Rock FM Lithuania
Rock, Classic rock
Zip FM Lithuania
M-1 the oldest and one of the most popular radio stations in Lithuania Lithuania
Pop, Talk
Gold FM Lithuania
Adult hits
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Popular Radio Stations in Lithuania

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The Lithuanian Radio began its transmission in 1926. The External Radio Service was launched two years after and 1965 is the year when Lithuanian Radio listeners have gained access to radio programs broadcasted in English. 1956 is the year when Lithuanian Radio 2 started broadcasting live.

Some popular names of radio stations in Lithuania are M-1, Ziniu Radijas, Lietuvos Radijas 2, Classic Rock FM, Gaudeamus, Hot FM, Jazz FM, Geras FM, European Hit Radio, Laluna, Lietus, Nano Radijas, Power Hit Radio, Pukas, Radiocentras, Radijas Tau, Raduga, Relax FM and Neringa FM.

Where is Lithuania?

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Lithuania is officially known as the Republic of Lithuania. It is a country found in Northern Europe and is among the three familiar Baltic States. It is found on the southern shore of the Baltic Sea, on the east side of Denmark and Sweden. Its main neighbors are Latvia on the north side, Belarus on the east side, Poland on the south side and Kaliningrad Oblast on the southeast side.

The total population of Lithuania was estimated around the figure of 3 million inhabitants during the national census from 2013. Vilnius is the capital of the country and the biggest town. Lithuanian is the official language of this country.