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Trakai ( Français: Trakai, Russian: Тракай, Spanish: Trakai, Deutsch: Trakai) is a city in Lithuania, situated in the Lithuania region. According to the latest census, the city population is 5530 residents. Geographical coordinates of Trakai (WGS84): (lat.): 54° 38' 0" N ( 54.6333 ), (long.): 24° 56' 0" E ( 24.9333 ). Interested in useful and fascinating information about Trakai? Learn more about the city’s history and culture from Wikipedia article about Trakai.

Trakai sights and POI.

The most popular sights are: Trakai Island Castle.

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Temp: 13 °C
Wind Chill:13 °C
Pressure:95 %
Speed:19 km/h
Direction:231 °
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    Trakai (Trakai ) (see names section for alternate and historic names) is a historic city and lake resort in Lithuania. It lies 28 kilometres (17 miles) west of Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. Because of its proximity to Vilnius, Trakai is a popular tourist destination. Trakai is the administrative centre of Trakai district municipality. The town covers 497.1 square kilometres (191.9 square miles) of area and, according to 2007 estimates, is inhabited by 5,357 people. A notable feature of Trakai is that the town was built and preserved by people of different nationalities. Historically, communities of Karaims, Tatars, Lithuanians, Russians, Jews and Poles lived here.

    Names and etymology

    The name of the town was first recorded in chronicles from 1337 in German as Tracken (later also spelt Traken) and is derived from the Lithuanian word trakai (singular: trakas meaning "glade"). Since the time of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, the city has been known as Troki in Polish. Its other alternate names include Трака́й (Trakáj; Belarusian), Trok (Yiddish), Troky, and Traki.

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