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What is considered moderate and stylish today, during the interwar period was modern and progressive. This is one of the first specialized medical buildings in Lithuania that inspired other cities to follow its lead.…

In this compact house belonging to the physician Nadežda Nagornienė each floor had an apartment for people engaged in private professional practice. The apartments had professional rooms and waiting rooms to which there were separate entries from the staircase. The latter also had service entrances …

The house of Beras Goldbergas is marked by a simple yet harmonious facade and a rational plan. There were two three-room apartments on each floor. In the symmetric composition of the facade all elements are distributed evenly and proportionately. The somewhat thickened end parts near the second and …

The school consists of two blocks: a long one alongside the street and one joined perpendicularly in the yard. The classrooms are arranged on the street, the southern, side; while the corridors run into the yard. It was probably only when the school`s construction was coming to an end that it was de…

This house was constructed and owned by four famous Lithuanian doctors in 40s.…

The house of Vladas and Elena Kuzmos was designed by architect Stasys Kudokas. It was built in the beautiful plot on a small Old Town hill. The house was designed not only to live but also to work. On the ground floor was a family apartment, a patient waiting room and a doctor’s office. In the secon…

Originally this building served for the organization devoted to the promotion of health, hygiene, and childcare among Jews. Now it is a sports medicine center.…

This house was built in two stages. In 1931 architect Vytautas Landsbergis designed a house for Sergijus Klimas, the brother of politician Petras Klimas. In 1939 the second volume of the house was added by the new owner Kazys Škirpa.…

A residential building owned by construction contractors Mikas and Ona Grodzenskis.…

This old industrial complex of the "Pienocentras" company is one of the most unique industrial-type interwar modernist ensembles not only in the city, but also in Lithuania. It also marks the place of the earliest Kaunas industrial district.…

A residential building owned by Ksenija Langienė.…

The house stands out because of the highly original "Dutch" type of facade not seen in Lithuania elsewhere. Like a make-believe screen it covers the whole house, which has neither the customary plinth nor, it seems, a roof. The latter, in fact, exists but is obscured by walls extending to the top. I…

Because this building stands on Žaliakalnis slope, all of his residents have the best views to the city center in each window. While the architecture of the building is restrained, the place and a huge terrace on the top of the building makes it an exception.…

In this house the famous Lithuanian painter Vytautas Kazimieras Jonynas lived from 1938 to 1944. Vytautas Kazimieras Jonynas was one of the most renowned 20th century Lithuanian artists. He worked as a book illustrator, graphic, painter, sculptor, stained glass artist, posters and furniture designer…

This house was built in 1938, during the second construction boom. It is one of the most beautiful residential buildings of Kaunas interwar modernism, for which we can thank the architect Stasys Kudokas.…

Sitkūnai radio station is a large facility for medium wave and shortwave broadcasting at Sitkūnai, Lithuania. The decision to build a new transmitting centre near the village of Sitkunai, about 17 km north of Kaunas was made by the Government of Lithuania in 1937.…

Older residents of Kačerginė remember the writer Pranas Mašiotas, fondly called “Pasakų Senelis” (The Grandpa of Fairy-tales), sitting in his summerhouse, writing and talking to children. This corner of a pine wood and a house next to it have been respectfully referred to as Mašiotynė to this day.…

The house of Lithuanian sculptor Juozas Zikaras where he lived with his family: his wife Anelė Tubelytė-Zikarienė, and their 4 children – Vaidutis Zikaras, Teisutis Zikaras, Vainutis Zikaras and Alytė Zikaraitė. In 2001, the building opened its doors as a museum.…

The former house and office of architect Vytautas Landsbergis. Now – private property.…

This place recalls a three-parted swimming pool, a fountain, gold fishes, water lilies and the elegant ladies, wearing their classy swimsuits and sun hats, chattering in a sunlight... Everything suggesting the Golden Age of Kaunas city during the Interwar period, as the temporary capital of Lithuani…

The station was built in the former territory of Kaunas`s fortress. It is a complex of several constructions and engineering installations. The main water reservoir is a transformation of the former gunpowder depository. Frame arches of reinforced concrete and double walls and floors enable the rese…

Juozas Tumas-Vaižgantas Memorial Flat-Museum was founded in 1977 in the authentically renovated flat, where a priest, writer J. Tumas-Vaižgantas lived from 1920 till 1933. Visitors can visit four rooms: study room, drawing-room – library, dining room and bedroom.…

This building, devoted to the professional and cultural interests of workers, has the severe and sparse appearance of an administration building. The building is composed of two four-storey blocks laid out alongside the streets. In the yard there is a two-storey volume, at the end of which there is …

The building`s architecture embodies the goal of uniting the "classical spirit" with the modernism of new times. The building follows a cruciform plan. The large block has a sports hall with a vaulted ceiling of the unique Kreuzekrost construction. Reinforced concrete cofferings are covered by glass…

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…
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