33 Sights in Kauno miesto savivaldybė, Lithuania (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Kauno miesto savivaldybė, Lithuania. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 33 sights are available in Kauno miesto savivaldybė, Lithuania.

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1. Gričiupio parkas

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Gričiupis Park - Park in Gričiupis eldership, Kaunas. The park has been named from the Gričiupis stream, which is supposed to start with the same name store. The park includes part of the sewer creek in the city, but on the surface of this valley. On one side of it is student dormitories and on the other is the KTU faculty palace. The shores of exclusive lowlands are connected by illuminated concrete stairs with a bridge over Gričiupis. The park was designed in 1993. As a natural counterweight to expanding urbanization, its area is 2.81 ha. The status of the park in this area was approved in 1996. December 3 By the decision of Kaunas City Board no. 1196 Park boundaries approved in 1999. February 17th.

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2. Aleksoto funikulierius

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Aleksotas Funicular is a funicular railway located in Aleksotas elderate of Kaunas, Lithuania. The funicular constructed on the right bank of the Nemunas River was officially opened on 6 December 1935. The track of the Aleksotas funicular remained unchanged. The track has a separation in the centre of the track for carriages to pass. Special automatic brakes were installed in carriages not to let them run down in case of cable damage. The length of funicular is 142 metres (466 ft), gradient - 29.5 degrees. Authentic traction equipment, including the genuine pre-war wagons, wooden seats, and stop platforms of the funicular are still used.

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3. Pažaislio vienuolynas

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Pažaislis Monastery and the Church of the Visitation form the largest monastery complex in Lithuania, and the most renowned example of Baroque architecture in the country. The church is the most marble-decorated Baroque church of the former Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It is situated in the Petrašiūnai elderate of Kaunas, Lithuania, on a peninsula in the Kaunas Reservoir near the Kaunas Yacht Club. It was declared a cultural monument and a site of Catholic pilgrimage in Lithuania. In 2021, Pažaislis Church and Monastery Complex was awarded as the best European Film location in 2020 during the 2021 Berlin International Film Festival.

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4. Velnių muziejus

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Žmuidzinavičius Museum, also known as the Devil Museum, is a museum in Kaunas, Lithuania, dedicated to collecting and exhibiting sculptures and carvings of devils from all over the world. The collection was started by artist Antanas Žmuidzinavičius (1876–1966), and a memorial museum was established in his house after his death. In 1966, the devil collection consisted of 260 sculptures but visitors began to leave their own devils as gifts to the museum. In 1982, a three-story extension was built to house the expanding collection and, as of 2009, the museum's holdings had grown to 3,000 items.

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5. Taikos kalno ąžuolas

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The Oak of Peace Hill is a state -protected natural heritage object in Kaunas Pažaislis Shill. It is the thickest oak in Kaunas Lagoon Regional Park. Oak in the bicycle path, which winds between the coast of Kaunas Lagoon and the Pažaislis Monastery. The tree of the Almost similar age and forms, named after the Oak of Peace, began to be cared for in 2001, when it "occupied" the location of the Oak of the Old Nature Monument nearby. The Oak of Peace Hill is the oldest and thickest in Kaunas at the moment. The natural monument of Kaunas city has been named since 2001. October 25

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6. Jurgio Mačiūno aikštė

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Jurgis Mačiūnas Square - Fluxus founder Jurgis Mačiūnas named the square, located in Kaunas, in the New Town, at the tripartite intersection connecting Vytautas Avenue, Donelaitis and Exhibition streets. The said intersection is in front of the exhibition str. building no. 1, where J. Mačiūnas himself lived in childhood. The square was presented to the public in 2017. On July 20, but the official opening ceremony did not take place. It is claimed that this would have been contrary to the philosophy of the Fluxus movement, which manifest and founded the manifesto.

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7. Lietuvos medicinos ir farmacijos istorijos muziejus

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Lietuvos medicinos ir farmacijos istorijos muziejus Xita / Public domain

The Museum of the History of Lithuanian Medicine and Pharmacy is located in a restored 16th-century building at the Town Hall Square in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania. It moved to its current location in 1987, although its history dates to 1936. Alfonsas Kaikaris (1922–1997), a professor of pharmacy, is credited as the founder of the museum; his personal collection formed the basis of its holdings. The Lithuanian Pharmacists' Union worked to collect materials as well. It is sponsored by Kaunas University of Medicine.

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8. Kauno Šv. Pranciškaus Ksavero bažnyčia

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The Church of St. Francis Xavier is located in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania. The church, dedicated to St. Francis Xavier, was built in the Town Hall Square in the Old Town of Kaunas by Jesuits. The Jesuits opened their first residence in Kaunas in 1642 and established a chapel in the House of Perkūnas in 1643. Later they also founded a first four-form school in the city in 1649. The construction of the church started in 1666, and it was consecrated in 1722.

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9. Popiežiaus Jono Pauliaus II paminklas

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The monument of Pope John Paul II in Kaunas is a monument to Pope John Paul II in Santaka Park, near Kaunas St. George's martyr church. Intended to commemorate the Pope's 1993 visit to Kaunas. The monument was unveiled and consecrated in 2011. June 4th On the hill where the Pope visited 1993. The author of the classic bronze work on the pedestal is the Polish sculptor and professor of the Krakow Academy of Arts Česlav Dzvigai.

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10. Perkūno namas

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The House of Perkūnas is one of the most original and Gothic secular buildings, located in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania. Originally built by Hanseatic merchants and served as their office from 1440 until 1532, it was sold in the 16th century to the Jesuits who had established a chapel there in 1643. The Jesuits have also completed the Church of St. Francis Xavier at the Town Hall Square in 1722.

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11. Šv. Jurgio Kankinio bažnyčia

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St. George the Martyr Church, Kaunas is a Roman Catholic church in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania, which stands in front of the Kaunas Castle. It is a prominent example of Gothic architecture in Lithuania. The church was heavily damaged during the Napoleonic Wars and most recently during the occupation of the Baltic states when the church was converted into a medicine warehouse.

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12. Kauno choralinė sinagoga

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Kaunas Synagogue is one of two operating choral synagogues in Lithuania. It is located in Centras eldership, Kaunas. The Neo-Baroque synagogue was built in 1872. In 1902, before the Holocaust in Lithuania, it was one of over 25 synagogues and Jewish prayer houses in the city. The radically designed synagogue claims to have one of the most beautiful arks in the entire Jewish world.

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13. Kauno Šv. arkangelo Mykolo (Įgulos) bažnyčia

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St. Michael the Archangel's Church or the Garrison Church is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Kaunas, Lithuania, closing the perspective of the Laisvės alėja, the main pedestrian street. It was built between 1891 and 1895 when Kaunas was part of the Russian empire, in Neo-Byzantine style largely for the use of the Russian Orthodox garrison of Kaunas Fortress.

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14. Žaliakalnio funikulierius

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Žaliakalnis Funicular is a funicular railway in Kaunas, Lithuania. Built in 1931, it is the oldest funicular in Lithuania and is among the oldest vehicles of such type in the world still operational. The funicular is made of a wood-paneled coachwork and climbs 142 metres (466 ft) up from behind the Vytautas the Great War Museum to the Basilica of the Resurrection.

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15. Kauno Šv. Gertrūdos bažnyčia

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Church of St. Gertrude is located in the Old Town of Kaunas and is one of the oldest Brick Gothic churches and buildings of Gothic architecture in Lithuania. Located just off Laisvės alėja, the church is somewhat hidden away and can be accessed from Laisves aleja through a gate at a hotel which is located nearby the Court building on Laisves alėja.

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16. Kauno Švč. Sakramento bažnyčia ir Domininkonų vienuolynas

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Church of the Blessed Sacrament or Corpus Christi Church is a Roman Catholic church in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania. The church was damaged by the Napoleonic Army in 1812 and together with the Dominican Monastery was closed in 1845 by the order of Russian tsar Nicholas I of Russia, in 1865 it was converted into an Orthodox church.

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17. Kauno Viešpaties Apsireiškimo cerkvė

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The Orthodox Church of the Lord of the Novorosius Dragūnai Regiment - the Orthodox Church of the Soviet era in Kaunas, Žaliakalnis, Radvilenu pl. 1A, in the territory of the former barracks. Together with the Crew Church, St. The Orthodox Church of Sergius Radonežis is one of the six former departmental churches of Kaunas Fortress.

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18. Mažoji Kristaus Prisikėlimo bažnyčia

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Little Church of Christ's Resurrection - Catholic Church in Kaunas, Žaliakalnis, Aukštaičių str. 4. It is the second parish church in the parish of Christ's Resurrection, the center of which is the Basilica of the Resurrection of Christ. Both shrines stand in the same Žaliakalnis quarter, 0.4 km from each other.

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19. Kauno evangelikų liuteronų bažnyčia

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Kaunas Lutheran Holly Trinity Church is a Lutheran church in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania. It is one of the first Lutheran churches in Kaunas, built in 1683. The wooden main altar dates from 1692. The church was closed by the Soviet authorities, nowadays it used by the local university.

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20. Aukštosios Panemunės Švč. Mergelės Marijos Vardo bažnyčia

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Higher Panemunė Blessed Virgin Mary The Church of the Virgin Mary is a church standing in Kaunas, Higher Panemunė, at the mouth of the linseed. At the church, 250 m southwest is the Panemunė cemetery. The parish operates a peeler chapel, as well as St. Pius X Brotherhood Chapel.

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21. Lietuvos zoologijos sodas

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Lithuanian Zoological Garden previously known as Kaunas' Zoological Garden is the oldest scientific zoo in Lithuania. It is located in an Ąžuolynas oak grove park in the south-western Žaliakalnis elderate of Kaunas. The territory of the zoo is 15.66 hectares.

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22. Kauno Švč. Mergelės Marijos Ėmimo į dangų bažnyčia

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Kauno Švč. Mergelės Marijos Ėmimo į dangų bažnyčia Monro at Lithuanian Wikipedia / Public domain

Church of Vytautas the Great or the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Roman Catholic church in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania, and is one of the oldest churches in the city and an important example of Gothic architecture in Lithuania.

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23. Panemunės Aušros Vartų Švč. Mergelės Marijos, Gailestingumo Motinos, koplyčia

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Blessed is the dawn of the gate of all people. Mary, mother, chapel, saint. The Peus Brotherhood is located in Manchester Chapel G. 1. Ring on Panasonic trolley bus. She does not belong to the high-order unawares. The name of the Virgin Mary is in the parish.

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24. Kauno evangelikų reformatų bažnyčia

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Kaunas Evangelical Reformed Church is located in the center, E. Ožeškienės str. 41, its tower is raised on the beginning of Savanorių Avenue. On the steep slope near the church there are concrete stairs connecting Savanorių pr. with Ožeškienės str.

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25. Pajiesio piliakalnis

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Napoleon's hill, actually Jiesia (Pajesys) hill fort mound is located in Kaunas, Lithuania, on the left bank of the Nemunas, between the Panemunė and Railway bridges. It is 63.3 meters high. Since the 19th century, it has been named Napoleon's hill.

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26. Povilo Stulgos lietuvių tautinės muzikos instrumentų muziejus

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The Povilas Stulga Museum of Lithuanian Folk Instruments is located in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania. Its permanent collection contains Lithuanian and international musical instruments, recordings, books, placards, photographs, and letters.

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27. Kauno Kristaus prisikėlimo bažnyčia

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Kaunas our Lord Jesus Christ's Resurrection Basilica is a monumental Roman Catholic church in Kaunas, Lithuania. The church was consecrated in 2004, and in 2005 it was finally completed. It is the largest basilical church in the Baltic States.

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28. šv. Trejybės bažnyčia

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Blessed are you. The Trinity Church is the Catholic Church, standing in the Old City of Chicago, Actie Province. 1. Northwest corner of City Hall Square. Late Renaissance style with Gothic characteristics. There is a cowboy seminary nearby.

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29. Istorinė prezidentūra

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The Historical Presidential Palace is a Neo-baroque building in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania that served as the Presidential Palace during the interwar years. Today, the palace is a branch of the M. K. Čiurlionis National Art Museum.

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30. Neries krantinės parkas

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Nells Park is Kauna Park in the western suburbs, located in the ward of Wilhelm Bohr Town. The park is located between Peter's City and Wa Bridge, next to the Niles River and Niles Embankment Street, southeast of Union Square.

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31. Nacionalinis M. K. Čiurlionio dailės muziejus

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The M. K. Čiurlionis National Art Museum is a group of museums based in Kaunas, Lithuania. It is primarily dedicated to exhibiting and publicizing the works of the painter and musician M. K. Čiurlionis (1875–1911).

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32. Tabariškių Kristaus Karaliaus bažnyčia

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The Church of Christ is a church of saints standing in the Taliban village, seven or five kilometers west of Alexo. Casimir church. Traditional residential building form. He runs a tobacco garden in a nearby cemetery.

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33. Kauno Pastarųjų dienų šventųjų Jėzaus Kristaus bažnyčia

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Kaunas Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a Mormon church of a Christian-based religious movement operating in Kaunas, Dainava district, Friendship Ave. 1. A modern meeting house is built here.

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