Baltic Neopaganism

The Baltic countries were the last part of Europe to be Christianized, and vestiges of paganism blend into a Neopaganism movement that is largely independent of Western Asatru.

*Romuva (church) in Lithuania
*Dievturība in Latvia

External links

*http://vinland.org/heathen/pagancee/


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