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A house, which was owned by the writer Balys Sruoga (1896–1947) and where he and his wife lived from 1938 to 1940 and in 1947. Current – Balys and Vanda Sruogos House-Museum which was opened in 1966. The exhibitions on display reflects the story of Sruogos’ family life and work.…

In this house two famous Lithuanian painters Domicelė and Petras Tarabildos lived.…

This huge and monumental building was a Žaliakalnis jewel. Grandeur was evoked by the broad steps leading to the school from the street. The school`s architectural image is akin to classicism. The building consists of four blocks: the main long one along the street and three wings adjoining on the y…

This building represents, in the best and most clear way, the specific character of our interwar architecture: the harmonious interaction between tradition and modernity. Academic traditions are reflected by the way spaces and plan are structured to emphasize compositional axes and symmetry. This pr…

The construction of the gymnasium started in the summer of 1937 and was completed in September of 1938. The newspapers of that time wrote that the residents of the Lower Šančiai did not like the location of the school, which was in Upper Šančiai: " because their children will have to climb a hi…

Aleksotas Funicular was constructed on the right bank of the Nemunas River was officially opened on 6 December 1935. Authentic traction equipment, including the genuine pre-war wagons, wooden seats, and stop platforms of the funicular are still used.…

Žaliakalnis Funicular is a funicular railway in Kaunas. Built in 1931, it is the oldest funicular in Lithuania and is among the oldest vehicles of such type in the world still operational.…

One of the earliest examples of a functionalist aesthetics in Kaunas, this building has a particularly laconic exterior of severe geometricized forms, with a clear delineation of spaces and planes and a distinct rhythm of elements. The kernel of the complicated plan is constituted by original oval-s…
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