Giedrius Sakalauskas, a resident of Vilnius, was taking a walk with his son on Sunday when he made a disturbing discovery. An electric substation on Olandų Street that seemed to be built out of Jewish tombstones.
"On Sunday, I wanted to take my younger son to the Military Technology Museum, but it was closed. So we turned back and were walking down a street when that electric substation caught my eye. I started wondering: how can they construct a substation out of granite stones?" he recounts.