is situated in between Latvia and Russia and its latitude
are 56° 00' North and 24° 00' East respectively.
Lithuania is located in the eastern part of Europe and on the coast of Baltic Sea. The latitude and longitude of Lithuania's capital Vilnius, is 54° 40' North and 25° 19' East. The latitude and longitudinal location of Lithuania has placed it at such a place where the climate is influenced by two main climatic trends, namely maritime and continental.
Lithuania's weather has both the features of maritime weather and the continental weather because of its location in between particular latitude and longitude. During summer season In Lithuania, sky generally remains cloudy as most of the annual precipitation takes place during this time of the year. That is why Lithuania has a mild and wet summer climate. Winter weather is very cold in Lithuania with a temperature that generally remains below 0° C.
Latitude and Longitude of Lithuania
Last Updated on: November 18th, 2017