Vilnius Portal

Unveiled in May 2021, the Vilnius Portal is positioned in front of the main railway station. It became the first Portal in a global network of identical Portal sculptures. Being all located in the public space, Portals offer a real-time, unfiltered livestream 24/7, inviting people of different cultures to meet above borders and differences.
The Capital of Lithuania, Vilnius captivates with its seamless blend of rich history and cutting-edge innovation. The city's cobblestone streets whisper tales of bygone eras, while its vibrant tech scene propels it into the future, boasting a hub of startups and technological advancements. From its charming Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to its bustling modern districts, Vilnius embraces progress while cherishing its cultural heritage, offering visitors a captivating glimpse into the past and a promising vision of tomorrow.

"One of my key aims as Lord Mayor is to make the City more inclusive. The Portals project embodies this bringing together technology, engineering and art to bring communities from across the world closer together and to allow people to meet and connect outside of their social circles and cultures. We are delighted to connect Dublin with New York which we share a deep historical and cultural bond with. From July the Dublin Portal will also connect to other global city destinations in Poland, Brazil and Lithuania. I would encourage Dubliners and visitors to the City to come and interact with the sculpture and extend an Irish welcome and kindness to cities all over the world. This project is an example of one of the many exciting things to expect in Dublin during 2024 as part of our EU Capital of Smart Tourism Designation."

The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Daithí de Róiste

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