View from LTLV 0787 towards LTLV 0788.
The boundary crosses the road diagonally.
boundary vista between LTLV 0788 and 0789 was occupied with a line of pine
trees; probably old border fence poles.
The old and the new border marker next to
the row of Latvian-Lithuanian boundary trees. LTLV 0789 is in the
background. (Watched towards east.)
boundary at the same place, but watched towards west.
The old Lithuanian customs house is south
of the boundary.
Boundary marker LTLV 0789.
The old boundary marker without any
insignia or colour.
It might stand on its old place. This
column seems to be of the same type as the
marker at Meitene.
It would be great if also this marker would
get into its old insignia!
Marker 0787 towards the Lithuanian side of
View into the Lithuanian side. The
border is actually located at the boundary of Žagarė, one of
the oldest cities of Lithuania.
And a similar look into the Latvian
Žagarė Customs Office, constructed in
1928. Notice the Lithuanian border marker in front of the building.
It is white, with the Vytis symbol on the front disc and the Columns of Gediminas
on the top. (Photo:
Lithuanian Customs Museum.)
Žagarė Customs Office in 2010.
If the old Latvian border marker stands on
its original place it makes sense that the Lithuanian marker stood about
where the car stands on this photo. .