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Do you live in this house? Or do you know the stories associated with it? – Tell us! This assistance is invaluable for Kaunas and Kaunas District as a contemporary European Capital of Culture 2022 and for those who want to know more about it. Let's share our stories about architecture!…

Do you live in this house? Or do you know the stories associated with it? – Tell us! This assistance is invaluable for Kaunas and Kaunas District as a contemporary European Capital of Culture 2022 and for those who want to know more about it. Let's share our stories about architecture!…

In this house Juozas Zubkus, a professor of medicine and Vytautas Magnus University, lived.…

Do you live in this house? Or do you know the stories associated with it? – Tell us! This assistance is invaluable for Kaunas and Kaunas District as a contemporary European Capital of Culture 2022 and for those who want to know more about it. Let's share our stories about architecture!…

Former house of a military doctor and reserve colonel Pranas Šližys with a cinema "Kapitol" (later "Kanklės"). "Kapitol" became a favorite cinema because of good sound equipment. Today the office of the project "Kaunas 2022 – European Capital of Culture" is located in the building.…

Former house of Ona Eugenija and lawyer Petras Mačiuliai, built in 1935. The author of the project is architect V. Landsbergis-Žemkalnis.…

Former house of countess S. Montvilaitė-O'Rourke. From 1939 to 1941 Jonas Kriaučiūnas, the editor of the magazines "Varpas" and "Ūkininkas", also lived here.…

This three-storey house was built in 1933 and designed by architect Jokūbas Peras. The building illustrates abstemious residential architecture of the 1930s.…
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