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Palanga

3.5 km

Palanga is one of the oldest settlements in Lithuania. Between the 15th and the 17th centuries it was the main Lithuanian seaport that slowly turned into a resort town after it was acquired by Count Tiškevičius, a colonel in Tsar‘s army. The streets of Vytauto, S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno, J. Basanavičiaus became the new city centre while the latter also became the main avenue of the town. New buildings, mostly wooden, matched the picturesque nature of the seaside and the architecture of interwar period is no exception. Wooden Vaidilutė villa, the villa of the Lithuanian Officers’ Palace, the old Palanga Bus Station and other objects on Palanga route paint us a different picture of this old town.

Palanga

3.5 km

Palanga is one of the oldest settlements in Lithuania. Between the 15th and the 17th centuries it was the main Lithuanian seaport that slowly turned into a resort town after it was acquired by Count Tiškevičius, a colonel in Tsar‘s army. The streets of Vytauto, S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno, J. Basanavičiaus became the new city centre while the latter also became the main avenue of the town. New buildings, mostly wooden, matched the picturesque nature of the seaside and the architecture of interwar period is no exception. Wooden Vaidilutė villa, the villa of the Lithuanian Officers’ Palace, the old Palanga Bus Station and other objects on Palanga route paint us a different picture of this old town.

Palanga Vladas Jurgutis’ Elementary School Ganyklų g. 2 / Kretingos g. 21, Palanga Palanga old bus station Vytauto g. 94 / Kretingos g. 1, Palanga Villa Vaidilutė J. Basanavičiaus g. 21, Palanga Lithuanian Garrison Officers’ Club Villa Birutės al. 46, Palanga Antanas Mončys House-Museum S. Daukanto g. 16 / Kęstučio g. 17, Palanga
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