The charms of Lithuania is revealed by her rich history, distinctive national culture, gorgeous natural scenery and landscapes, as well as exquisite amber jewelries. The capital city, Vilnius, retains the largest medieval town in Europe. This ancient Baroque city was listed as an UNESCO World Heritage in 1994. The old yet beautiful streets and buildings are carefully protected, showing her gracefulness to visitors from all over the world. Admire the remarkable Hill of Crosses in Siauliai, a monument made up of thousands and thousands of crosses, solemnly guarding Lithuanian people's believes. In addition to the old town in the capital city, many of Lithuania's natural landscapes are also listed as UNESCO World Heritage, among them the most unique is the Curonian Spit, a narrow sandbar stretched across the Baltic Sea from Lithuania to Russian territory Kaliningrad. Today, locals joke that the spit's sand dunes are 'Lithuania's Sahara'. The vast forest on the coast of the Baltic Sea has bred the largest amber-production area in the region, Palanga. One of the world's largest amber museums is situated here in this city, displaying thousands of marvelous amber products and jewels.