Stiklų St. in the Old Town in Vilnius

Stiklų St. is one of the oldest and most important streets in the Old Town of Vilnius that is as well as one of the most attractive streets for the tourists [...]

Dominikonų Street in Vilnius

Dominikonų St. takes its name from the Dominican friary that was established on the street in 1501, though later so many people active in political life lived here that it used to be called unofficially "Senator's Row" [...]

Trakų Street in Vilnius

Trakų Street in Vilnius was and is one of the most important streets in the Old Town connecting Vilniaus St. and Vokiečių St. with Pylimo St. [...]

St. John Steet in Vilnius

St. John St. in Vilnius is a short street, and one of the city's oldest. It is named after the Vilnius University church. Its name was first recorded in 1530 [...]

The Inner Courtyard of the Presidential Palace in Vilnius

The palace is built in the late Classical (Empire) style, monumental and solemn. Having designed many significant buildings in St. Petersburg, architect Stasov followed the patterns of St. Petersburg architecture in Vilnius as well [...]

The Šlapelis House Museum

The museum building was a home of Dr. Jurgis and Marija Šlapelis at Pilies St. 40 in Vilnius' Old Town, who were active figures in the national revival of Lithuanians in the early 20th century, in particular through Marija's activities as a publisher and bookseller [...]

Chapel of St. Casimir (interior)

St. Casimir's Chapel is located on the south-east corner of the Vilnius Cathedral. It is the largest of the chapels and was the largest single element of the former cathedral's building to be incorporated intact into the new one by Lithuanian architect Laurinas Stuoka-Gucevičius at the turn of the 19th century [...]

The Adam Mickiewicz Museum

It is a flat in Vilnius where Adam Mickiewicz lived and worked in December 1822. Personal items of his are held at the museum in Bernardinų St. No. 11. On display is material about the poet's life and work, translations into Lithuanian and other languages, and permanent exposition on the Philomaths [...]

The Bastion of the Vilnius Defensive Wall (III)

The Bastion of Vilnius consists of three parts: a tower, a corridor-tunnel, and a casemate. The tower was built into the defensive wall. Behind the defensive wall, the hill naturally sloped down at a right angle [...]

Jewish Quarter (II)

The buildings in the Jewish Quarter in Vilnius housed many shops and stores, and many poor Jews lived there. These were probably the most densely populated premises in Vilnius [...]

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