Here are maps Lithuania-related places worldwide (marked by Augustinas Žemaitis, Open Street Map and Bing Maps used for the background). This section will be expanded.
Maps of Lithuanian-American heritage
North America is the continent with the most Lithuanian heritage, primarily concentrated on its eastern part.
The cities and regions are marked in those maps by the number of Lithuanian churches that have ever been built there. This is the best measure of total Lithuanian heritage in the area as each church centered a community which has also created other heritage (museums, memorials, cemeteries, street names, etc.). The localities with more than a single Lithuanian church thus typically also have much other Lithuanian heritage.
General map of the Lithuanian heritage in USA and Canada (highlighted areas in separate maps).
More info on Lithuanian heritage in California, Kansas, Nebraska, Washington, Alberta.
Map of the Lithuanian heritage in Western Midwest (Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana).
More info in Lithuanian heritage in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin.
Map of the Lithuanian heritage in eastern Midwest (Michigan, Ohio) and western Ontario.
More info on Lithuanian heritage in Ohio, Michigan, Ontario.
Map of the Lithuanian heritage in Mid-Atlantic (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, DC) and western Ontario.
More info on Lithuanian heritage in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington, DC, Ontario.
Map of the Lithuanian heritage in New England (Connectictut, Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire) and Quebec.
More info on Lithuanian heritage in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
Rhode Island, Quebec.
Maps of Chicagoland Lithuanian heritage
Held to be the capital of Lithuanian-Americans Chicago has especially much Lithuanian heritage.
Map of the Lithuanian heritage in entire Chicagoland.
Map of the Lithuanian heritage in Southside Chicago.
Map of the Lithuanian heritage in Marquette Park (Chicago Lawn, Lithuania Plaza) area of Chicago.
Map of the Lithuanian heritage in Bridgeport area of Chicago.
Maps of Pennsylvania Lithuanian heritage
Pennsylvania is second among US states by the number of Lithuanians. It has been the first destination of 19th century Lithuanian mass migration. Lithuanian heritage there is concentrated in the northern Coal region, southern Coal region, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia areas.
The map of Lithuanian locations in Southern Coal Region Pennsylvania.