Liettua 5 Litai 1936 Jonas Basanavicius Hopeaa TARJOUS


Liettua 5 Litai 1936 Jonas Basanavicius Hopeaa TARJOUS

Varastossa

14,90


Mahdolliset toimitustavat: Postipaketti, Nouto Jyväskylästä, Kirje

Paino: 9 g .750 Hopeaa

Halkaisija: 27 mm

Lyöntimäärä: 2.750.000 kpl

KAUPANPÄÄLLE KAIKKIIN LIETTUAN KOHTEISIIN ;

- 1 Centas 1991

- 2 Centas 1991

- 5 Centas 1991

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Jonas Basanavičius
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Jonas Basanavičius
Born 23 November 1851
OžkabaliaiCongress Poland
Died 16 February 1927 (aged 75)
WilnoSecond Polish Republic
Resting place
Rasos Cemetery
54°40′9″N 25°18′10″E
Nationality Lithuanian
Citizenship Russian Empire, Bulgaria
Alma mater Moscow Medical Academy
Occupation Physician
Known for Publisher of Aušra, founder of the Lithuanian Scientific Society, signatory of the Act of Independence of Lithuania
Spouse(s) Gabriela Eleonora Mohl
Parents

Juras Basanavičius (1826–79) and Marė Birštoniūtė (1826–90)

Jonas Basanavičius

(About this sound pronunciation ; 23 November 1851 in Ožkabaliai -16 February 1927 in Vilnius) was an activist and proponent of Lithuanian National Revival and founder of the first Lithuanian language newspaper Aušra. He was one of the initiators and the Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the 1905 Great Seimas of Vilnius. He was also the founder and chairman of the Lithuanian Scientific Society (1907). As a member of the Council of Lithuania, he was a signatory of the Act of Independence of Lithuania on February 16, 1918.

Basanavičius participated in every major event leading to the independent Lithuanian state and is often given the unique informal honorific title of the "Patriarch of the Nation" (Lithuaniantautos patriarchas) for his contributions.

 

 

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