district of Vilnius
|Coordinates||54 ° 41 '44 " N , 25 ° 24' 44" E|
|Population density||849 inhabitants / km²|
Naujoji Vilnia ( German Neu-Vilnia , Polish Nowa Wilejka ) is a district of Vilnius , which is east of the city center. An S-Bahn from Naujoji Vilnia station connects you to the city center ( Vilnius station ). In Naujoji Vilnia there are two Catholic churches ( Kazimieras Church , Mary Queen of Peace Church ) and an Orthodox Church ( St. Peter and Paul Church ), the Rokantiškės cemetery and the Naujoji Vilnia prisoner of war cemetery , the Naujoji Vilnia Park , the Rokantiškės hill fort . There were some big companies ( AB Neris , AB Žalgiris , Statybos apdailos mašinos ). From 1958 there was the Vilnius Pedagogical School .
There are also 2 libraries, a cultural center, a music school, an art school, 2 stadiums, a post office, a bookstore ("Vaga"), a faculty of Vilnius College , the "Laisvės" high school, 3 middle schools, 2 elementary schools, 2 secondary schools , the Vilnius Republic Psychiatric Clinic , the Forensic Psychiatric Service at the Ministry of Health of Lithuania . The 4th Vilnius District Court used to have its seat here.
- Naujoji Vilnia. Lietuviškoji tarybinė enciklopedija , VIII t. Vilnius: Mokslo ir enciklopedijų Leidybos institutas, 1981. T.VIII: Moreasas-Pinturikjas, 112 psl.
- Naujoji Vilnia. Visuotinė lietuvių enciklopedija . 2009, T. XVI: Naha-Omuta, 800 p.