8 Sights in Klaipėda, Lithuania (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Klaipėda, 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 8 sights are available in Klaipėda, Lithuania.

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1. LKL Sūduvis (M52) Ship Museum

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LKL Sūduvis (M52) Ship Museum Ministry of National Defence Republic of Lithuania / GFDL

LKL Sūduvis (M52) is a minehunter of the Lithuanian Naval Force. Built in West Germany in 1957 as Koblenz (M1071), a Lindau-class minesweeper for the German Navy, she was upgraded to a Type 331 minehunter in the 1970s. Germany donated Koblenz to the Lithuanian Naval Force in 1999. The ship, renamed Sūduvis, formed the nucleus of the Lithuanian Naval Force's Squadron of Mine-hunters, which was established on 22 June 1999. The squadron was augmented in 2001 with the similar donation of sister ship Marburg, which became Kursis (M51).

Wikipedia: LKL Sūduvis (M52) (EN)

2. Laikrodžių muziejus

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Klaipeda Clock Museum – a subdivision of the Lithuanian Art Museum is located in Klaipeda, Liepų str. 12. It was founded on 27 July 1984 in Klaipeda. The history of the building dates back to the end of the XIX century. The building has been repeatedly restored, and its function has also changed more than once. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Land Bank was located here, in the Soviet period – the House of Pioneers.

Wikipedia: Klaipėdos laikrodžių muziejus (LT)

3. Sculpture Park

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Klaipėda Sculpture Park is located in central Klaipėda, Lithuania. This park is one of the key artistic landmarks in the town. The L-shaped park occupies 12.2 hectares and has 116 modern sculptures created by 67 Lithuanian artists in 1977–1991. QR codes have been fixed to the sculpture plaques, giving extra info after waving a phone next to them.

Wikipedia: Klaipėda Sculpture Park (EN)

4. Klaipėdos Šv. Jono bažnyčia

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Klaipeda St. St. John's Church – in the XVI-XVII centuries, st. John's Church was located in the Old Town of Klaipėda. Church of st. John's name in the neo-Gothic style. First built in 1258. Destroyed and rebuilt twice, demolished for the third time in 1944, during the war, completely demolished in 1945.

Wikipedia: Klaipėdos Šv. Jono bažnyčia (LT)

5. Taravos Anikė

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"Ännchen von Tharau" is a 17-stanza poem by the East Prussian poet Simon Dach. The namesake of the poem is Anna Neander (1615–1689), the daughter of a parson from Tharau, East Prussia. The poem was written on the occasion of her marriage in 1636 and had been set to music as a song by 1642.

Wikipedia: Ännchen von Tharau (EN)

6. Klaipėdos evangelikų liuteronų bažnyčia

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Klaipeda Evangelical Lutheran Church – Evangelical Lutheran Church, planned to be built in the Old Town of Klaipėda, Turgaus str. 24, near Jonas Hill. Until World War II, st. Patrick's Day stood in that place. St. John's Church. It was demolished after World War II.

Wikipedia: Klaipėdos evangelikų liuteronų bažnyčia (LT)

7. Klaipėdos evangelikų baptistų bažnyčia

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Fanling Evangelical Baptist Church is on Fanling in Kunming Church. 38. This is the oldest church building in Europe to this day, to this day, the baptist church building, which was intact in the fire and was in great pieces.

Wikipedia: Klaipėdos evangelikų baptistų bažnyčia (LT)

8. Monument to the United Lithuania Ark

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Arka (transl. Arch) is a monument in Klaipėda, Lithuania. Unveiled on 8 August 2003, it commemorates the 85-year anniversary of the Act of Tilsit and the 80-year anniversary of the Klaipėda Revolt.

Wikipedia: Arka (monument) (EN)

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