Take out your notepads, because we've got a history lesson, kids. On this day in 1918, the Council of Lithuania signed the country's Act of Independence, otherwise known as the Act of February 16, which proclaimed the restoration of the sovereign state. The act marked the end of a series of resolutions pertaining to the country's freedom from the Russian and German empires. Although Lithuania would have to re-establish independence from the Soviet Union on March 11, 1990, its first proclamation is widely recognized as the country's greatest success. We beg to differ. After further research on the country, we'd propose that its greatest success is the amount of beautiful and talented women resting within its borders. Check out our ten sexy counterarguments.