The Grand Duchy of Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuvos Didžioji Kunigaikštystė) is a large nation in Eastern Europe. The Grand Duchy is ruled by the Gediminid Crow of Eastern Europe, which also rules over the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Muscovy. Lithuania has two vassal states, the Russian states of Chernigov and Smolensk. The current Grand Duke, Jogaila is from Lithuania, but reigns in Krakow, delegating control over Lithuania to his cousin, Vytautas. Lithuania is the largest of the Grand Duchies in Eastern Europe, others being Muscovy, Smolensk, Perm, and Rostov.
Lithuania recently became Christian.
The Lithuanian economy is one of the world's most available economies to migrants, leading to large production. This tradition began with Gediminas allowing almost any immigrants into the Grand Duchy. That being said, the main production goods in Lithuania are agricultural.
The main goods are cereals, furs, and cattle. This means that many Lithuanians live in small villages dedicated to producing a certain good. The use of serfs is extremely common, and is considered to be legal by the government.
The culture of Lithuania is exceptionally varied due to the different Grand Duchies that combined to form the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The predominant cultures are Polish, Lithuanian, and Ruthenian.