The forests of Lithuania have become a perfect shelter for an updated Robin Hood and his crew, as Paul Beckman reports.Throughout history, Lithuanians have shown a particular fondness for their extensive forest lands, which cover 30 percent of the country's territory. With a population that regularly romps in the woods and a rising national crime rate, it seems only natural that a timeless hero like Robin Hood, also known for clocking in a significant amount of time among the trees of England's Sherwood Forest, would be a welcome figure in the country. The legendary Robin Hood, a good-heart...
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