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The summerhouse of businessman Romanas Polovinskas.…

After the First World War, when the summer resort of Kačerginė and the population grew, the considerations about the construction of the church began. Architect Vytautas Landsbergis-Žemkalnis, who spent his summers in Kačerginė during the interwar period, prepared a unique chapel project in 1936.…

This summerhouse that has some similar features with Swiss wooden architecture was design by famous Lithuanian architect of the interwar period E. Frykas. The owner of this summer house T. Dambravičienė is considered to be one of the founders of Kačerginė resort.…

This villa is important not only as a heritage of wooden architecture, but also for its history. During the interwar period, general Pranas Vaiciuška, a doctor of the Lithuanian Armed Forces, built and spent his family summers in this villa. It was built in 1935 and later in the post-war period hous…

Viktoras Rėklaitis, the director of Kačerginė resort, built a wooden villa in 1934. During the Soviet period there was a dispensary. In 2016 it was decided to restore this building. The administration of Kačerginė eldership is located in the villa, and a branch of the Tourist Information Center is i…

This school had a first-class reputation from the very start because it was built in the vicinity of the envisaged Resurrection Church. For perhaps the very first time in Lithuania the school`s structure followed the progressive principle of functional zoning: the halls for sports and for official f…

The location of the building was determined by its proximity to a source of water, the Nemunas River; and its curved facade was dictated by the need to have space for fire engines. The main curved part of the building contained the garage bays; above them were the fire-station offices and rest areas…

The architecture of this house is especially original and suggestive. Its most expressive characteristic is a broad rounded bay with a huge circular corner window. Prominent rims highlight these exterior elements. The apartment was famous for its refined luxury. The interior was created on the princ…
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