This is a small pedestrianised street where there is an outdoor exhibition dedicated to writers, good artists in general commemorating the most important literature in the country. I loved it! It is a small corner of Vilnius you can't miss.
Like most major cities of Eastern Europe before WWII, Vilnius also had a guetto. It was a city where a fairly large number of Jews lived. When the Nazis expanded throughout Europe, the Jews were held in this neighbourhood, remembered today by plaques on the streets that ran along the same route as the neighbourhood's old streets, so that visitors can get an idea of the size it was.