The two conditions that underpin the existence of the Lithuanian state are the territory of 65 thousand square kilometres and the population of almost three million. The state functions as long as it has its population, people with sovereignty vested in them, and the territory where they act. The exposition speaks about where we live, what we are like, and what collective memory we share.
Modern Lithuania has been created by people, who come from various places. Their identity has been shaped by the relationship they have with their homes, but this hasn’t restricted their mentality. The exposition invites its visitors to reflect on their personal bond with the territory of Lithuania and with their fellow citizens. Do we know our home well? What unites us with other people of Lithuania? What kind of creators of Lithuania do we want to be?