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Facts About Mažeikiai
Mažeikiai was first mentioned in written sources in 1335.
In 1950 Mažeikiai became the district centre.
Mažeikiai is twinned with: Havířov, Czech Republic; Navapolatsk, Belarus; Lebedyn, Ukraine; Liezen, Austria; Paide, Estonia; Płock, Poland; Saldus, Latvia & Stendal, Germany.
The Population of is Mažeikiai 32,470, as of 2020.
Mažeikiai is the largest city that does not have its own county.
The name of the town is undoubtedly given after a person. In history, there are mentions of a person named Mažeika.
The city is the administrative centre of Mažeikiai district municipality in Telšiai County.
Mažeikiai is the eighth-largest city in Lithuania.
The first oil refinery in the Baltic states began operation in 1980 about 12 miles northwest of Mažeikiai, processing crude oil brought by a pipeline completed in 1977.
Mažeikiai is a city in northwestern Lithuania, on the Venta River.