Jonava is the ninth, largest city in Lithuania, received town in 1750, market rights. The Jews formed a majority on the City Council, engaged in marketing. The catastrophe developed into a fire within the nitrophosphate facility. Competitions Jonava hosts some less, regular competitions. Princess Maria Kosakovsky founded the town invited Jews. The community had religious, secular groups, Scholars, numbered in the 813. Members registered in the association of craftsmen. The furniture industry played an important role in the economy.
Ninth, largest city in Lithuania