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Memorial Board for Viktoras Miliūnas
Koordinatės: 55.307807, 21.006261
Objekto adresas: G. D. Kuverto Street 6, Nida, Lithuania
The oak memorial board For the Chronicler of Nida, designed by the artist Eduardas Jonušas from Nida, was opened in August 1990 near the house of Viktoras Miliūnas at G. D. Kuverto Street 6, Nida.
In 1961, Viktoras Miliūnas had purchased a part of a fisherman's house. Since then until 1986 he used to spend all his summers there working and writing.
The writer (playwright, prosaist), translator and chronicler of Nida was born on 16 February 1916 in Blantyre (Scotland). The Curonian Lagoon, the sea, the lives of Nida's people, their dreams and misfortunes, as well as dramatic fates and everyday life – these were the main topics that the writer remained faithful to for a quarter of a century, until the sunset of his life. Taken by inspiration, he used to sit down at his desk in a small working room and pour his thoughts and notes on paper. V. Miliūnas’ works mirrored the life of Neringa. He died on 9 November 1986 in Vilnius.
Compiled in 2018
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Paminklinė lenta Viktorui Miliūnui prie jo namo : [skaitmeninė nuotrauka] / Ingrida Valotkienė. - Nida, 2018.10.18. - 1 vaizdas
Source: Ingridos Valotkienės asmeninis archyvas
Publisher: Neringos Viktoro Miliūno viešoji biblioteka
Contributor: Neringos Viktoro Miliūno viešoji biblioteka
Type / format: Skaitmeninė nuotrauka / JPG
Rights: CC BY-NC-ND
Paminklinė lenta Viktorui Miliūnui prie jo namo