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In 1894 a church was built there, which stands to this day.
On July 1941, 300 Jews were murdered in a mass execution perpetrated by Lithuanian nazis. A monument stone was erected in 1965 but a new monument was erected in 1988 at the location of the massacre.
In 2002 President of the Republic of Lithuania approved the new coat of arms of Ylakiai.
An urban monument stands in the central part of the town.
- "2011 census". Statistikos Departamentas (Lithuania). Retrieved August 17, 2017.
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