Gričiupis is a neighborhood of the Lithuanian city of Kaunas, located on the right bank of the Nemunas River. It has elderate status, and is the smallest elderate in the city. Its administrative status as an elderate was established in 2005, when it was detached from Dainava elderate. In 2006 its population was 34,301 in an area of 3.81 square kilometers.
The elderate of Gričiupis contains an old Jewish cemetery, 6th Fort of Kaunas Fortress, St. Anthony of Padova Church, and the Molas Supermarket.
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