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To have a modern manor outside the city, serving as a prosperous homstead was a popular practice among wealthy people at that time. This modern homestead was built in 1938 by writer and publisher Kazys Puida and his second wife Stefanija Girdvainytė.…

Famous poet and writer Vincas Mykolaitis-Putinas discovered Kačerginė`s resort only in the last stages of his life. He was so happy about this place that together with his wife he desided to move to Kačerginė early in 1960s.…

The professor and botanist of Vytautas Magnus University Liudas Vailionis was a good friend of Tadas Ivanauskas. Once, while hunting, they discovered a nice and peaceful place to live and to create their gardens to experiment with. This homestead is a nice example of an early settler in Kaunas distr…

This villa belonged to Vaiciuškos family that had two villas in Kačerginė. That is the answer why both of them has some similar features, likely designed by the same architect and engineer Pranas Valiukėnas. But there are some nice differences two, the main villa where the owners we staying, is stil…

This villa was build by businessman Romanas Polovinskas in Kulautuva – the modern and popular resort town outside of Kaunas near Nemunas river. It is the only masonry villa in Kulautuva.…

This house was built by the famous painter and chairman of the Lithuanian Riflemen association Antanas Žmuidzinavičius. At first it had two floors; but in 1938, a third one was added: there the artist set up his studio. The family lived on the second floor; the first was rented out.…

The house was built in 1936 under J. Grušas’ project. The writer and his family lived in that house for more than 40 years. Currently it is Juozas Grušas Memorial Museum that was founded in 1989. Visitors have an opportunity to see memorial rooms and various expositions.…

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.…
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