Fragment from medal by Juozas Kalinauskas
Algirdas (left) on the Millennium of Russia monument in Veliky Novgorod
Gorno-Nikolskaya Church
Dmitry Donskoy writes letters asking for help against Algirdas during the Lithuanian–Muscovite War (1368–1372)
A monument to Alexander Peresvet and Boyan
Litas commemorative coin with image of Algirdas
May Day at former Christmas Mountain (now Yuri Gagarin Boulevard) in 1920
Bryansk-I, May 2010
Monument of Kurgan of Immortality
BTZ-5276-04 trolleybus
Trolza-5265 low-floor trolleybus

Algirdas occupied the important principalities of Smolensk and Bryansk in western Moscow principality.

- Algirdas

Grand Duke Algirdas of Lithuania acquired Bryansk through inheritance in 1356 and gave it to his son, Dmitry the Elder.

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Lithuanian coin of Dmitry of Bryansk, minted between 1372–1376 at the Duchy of Bryansk (then part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania)

Dmitry of Bryansk

Lithuanian coin of Dmitry of Bryansk, minted between 1372–1376 at the Duchy of Bryansk (then part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania)

Dmitry the Older or Dmitry of Bryansk (Dmitrijus Algirdaitis Brianskietis, Dymitr Olgierdowicz, died on 12 August 1399 in the Battle of the Vorskla River) was the second eldest son of Algirdas, the Grand Duke of Lithuania, and his first wife Maria of Vitebsk.

He was Duke of Bryansk from 1356 to 1379 and from 1388 to 1399.

Švitrigaila by Alexander Guagnini

Švitrigaila

The Grand Duke of Lithuania from 1430 to 1432.

The Grand Duke of Lithuania from 1430 to 1432.

Švitrigaila by Alexander Guagnini

Švitrigaila was born to Algirdas, Grand Duke of Lithuania, and his second wife Uliana of Tver.

The Knights received territorial concessions in Samogitia while Švitrigaila received Podolia (though the territory was de facto governed by Piotr Szafraniec), Zhydachiv, and an annual sum of 1,400 marks from the Wieliczka Salt Mine from Jogaila and the Principalities of Briansk, Chernigov, and Trubetsk from Vytautas.