The dark days of the Soviet occupation of Lithuania are
preserved in this disturbing collection of exhibits, which is
contained in the former KGB headquarters building. Those who drew
the antagonism of the authorities were detained, tortured and often
executed in this building. Some of the Museum's exhibitions include
the 'Eavesdropping Room' that highlights the use of secret
surveillance by the KGB and 'Life Goes On' - a look at the day to
day living of Lithuanian deportees and prisoners. Guided tours of
the Museum are available in English.
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