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In this residential house a famous interwar art deco painter Konstancija Petrikaite-Tuliene lived.…

In this house the famous Lithuanian political figure Juozas Purickis lived from 1932 to 1934.…

In the interwar period cooperatives formed for the purpose of building residential houses. One of these was the Butas C-op, organized by the Supreme Tribunal officials Liudas Ciplijauskas and Martynas Kavolis. In a five-storey building thee were nine apartments according to a standart plan, only on …

Augustinas Janulaitis was a famous Lithuanian political and cultural activist. For a few years, he studied at Bern University in Switzerland. He returned to the Russian Empire, and graduated in law from Moscow University. During the interwar period, as a well-known lawyer and professor, he shifted t…

The house that was inhabited by Lithuanian composer , conductor and professor Juozas Gruodis and his wife Stasė during the first half of the 20th century. Designed by the famous interwar architect F. Vizbaras, the authentic house reminiscent of a small, wooden Lithuanian manor is distinguished not o…

The museum located in the house of the Lithuanian opera singer Kipras Petrauskas and his brother composer and singer Mikas Petrauskas, invites you to get acquainted with the legendary personalities of Kaunas, to look at their lives and work and also touch upon the history of Lithuanian professional …

Salomėja Nėris Memorial Museum keeps poet‘s S. Nėris and his husband (who was the sculptor) creative and memorial heritage. In four memorial rooms was restored interior of 20th century’s 4th decade.…

The house of Linartai family. Now owned by Kaunas Municipal Vincas Kudirka Public Library.…
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