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Razgledavanje i znamenitosti – Okrug Vilnius

Muzeji umjetnosti

Muzej umjetnosti
Muzej umjetnosti
“This somewhat hidden museum is dedicated for Lithuanian painter Vytautas Kasiulis. He lived and created in Paris and you will definitely feel this Parisian spirit in his unique & beautiful paintings. ”
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Povijesni muzeji

History Museum
“The National Museum of Lithuania is the oldest museum in Lithuania, dating back to 1855. The authentic displays of the Museum represent the history of Lithuania, present traditional Lithuanian culture, and customs. The Old Arsenal is situated nearby.”
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History Museum
“Few minutes walking to the museum which is situated in the former KGB building, where the crimes of the Soviet regime were planned and executed for fifty years. Visitors can visit: the former KGB prison, the premises where death sentences were implemented, modern exhibitions telling about the loss of independence in the middle of the 20th century, repressions by Soviet authorities, and the self-sacrificing and persistent fight for independence.”
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Povijesna znamenitost
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History Museum
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Museum
“Church Heritage Museum is based at St. Michael‘s Church in Vilnius old town. The Church of St Michael was built by the Chancellor of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania Leonas Sapiega between 1594 and 1597 for a convent of Bernardine nuns, and also to serve as a family mausoleum. Its construction work was completed in about 1604. During the war with Moscow the Church was burned and plundered, however, it was restored between 1663 and 1373.”
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Vidikovci

Panoramski pogled
“Explore Kalnų Park to find the footpath that leads up the hill of the Three Crosses. Climb the well-worn wooden stairs until you reach the grassy clearing on the hilltop. You’ll see the stark-white concrete crosses rising up from the grass. This monument was built in 1989 to replace the crosses that were torn down by Soviet authorities in 1950. The Three Crosses monument stands on a platform, from which you can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding cityscape and the other six hilltops around Vilnius. Try to spot the tall spires of St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church, the distinctive white bell tower of Vilnius Cathedral and Gediminas Tower on Castle Hill directly to the west. Visit the Three Crosses in the late afternoon to watch a breathtaking sunset. The Three Crosses are located on a prominent hill in Kalnų Park. The park is east of Vilnius’ Old Town. The ascent up the hill is steep in parts and takes about 20 minutes. Visit the monument for free at any time of the day.”
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Panoramski pogled
“PANORAMIC VIEW FROM SUBAČIAUS STREET On the corner of Subačiaus Street and Maironio Street, you will find a panoramic viewpoint. Take a look around! Here you can enjoy the most beautiful panorama of Užupis and Old Town. An information stand set up at the scenic viewpoint for your convenience will help you spot the churches of the Old Town.”
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Panoramski pogled
“The roof of this building is turned into nice place with seats and greenery, very nice view opens up there.”
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Povijesne znamenitosti

Povijesna znamenitost
“Dating from the 13th century, the castle was rebuilt by Grand Duke Vytautas after a major fire in 1419. By the early 1600s it was being used as a prison for disobedient members of the ruling classes, but during the chaotic 17th-century Russian occupation the towers and defensive walls were almost completely destroyed, with partial restoration work only beginning in 1930. Inside the tower are models of the structure as it appeared in the 14th and 18th centuries, plus other bits and pieces on its history. The views from the top are worth the visit alone.”
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Povijesna znamenitost
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Povijesna znamenitost
Povijesna znamenitost
“Sapieha Palace (Lithuanian: Sapiegų rūmai, Polish: Pałac Sapiehów w Wilnie) is a High Baroque palace in Sapiegos str., Antakalnis district of Vilnius, Lithuania. It is the only surviving of several palaces formerly belonging to the Sapieha family in the city. The palace, ordered by Polish prince and Great Hetman of Lithuania Jan Kazimierz Sapieha the Younger was built in Baroque style in 1691-1697 in the place of former wooden mansion of Lew Sapieha (who died here in 1633). The palace was designed by Giovanni Pietro Perti and decorated with frescos by Michelangelo Palloni. ”
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Knjižnice

Library
“This is National Library near our Parliament. Really nice place for cofe and read some book, or to have a workout with friends in different and nice place. Use computers, internet. There you can find some quality snacks too.”
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Library
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Library
“Good place to spend some time reading and having lunch at their caffeteria.”
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