Lithuanians have truly embraced the outdoors as the place to be over. Last week, a group of winter bathing enthusiasts carved a Christmas tree on a frozen lake in Rokiškis town.
This outstanding Christmas tree took around two hours to make, said one of its initiators Mindaugas Nabagas.
Afterwards, nine cold-water lovers jumped in, looking like Christmas tree toys from above.
This is not the first time the group has taken on a similar task.
‘A few years ago, we carved the Lithuanian border shape on the same lake, which was dedicated to the celebration of the restoration of Lithuania’s independence’, added Nabagas.