6 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 6 sights are available in Klaipėda, Lithuania.

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1. Paminklas vieningai Lietuvai „Arka“

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Arka Monument is a monument in Klaipėda, Lithuania. It was built in 2003, commemorating the 85-year anniversary of the Act of Tilsit and the 80-year anniversary of the Klaipėda Revolt. The monument weighs 150 tonnes and reaches 8.5 metres (28 ft) in height. The smaller red column is made from red granite and symbolizes Lithuania Minor and its cultural heritage, while the gray part symbolizes Lithuania proper. The gray part on top looks like it has been broken off and stands for the Kaliningrad Oblast, currently part of Russia. Words by Ieva Simonaitytė are carved into the monument: "Esame viena tauta, viena žemė, viena Lietuva". The monument was created by sculptor Arūnas Sakalauskas.

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2. Laikrodžių muziejus

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Klaipėda Clock Museum - Division of the Lithuanian Art Museum is located in Klaipėda, Liepų str. 12. Founded in 1984. July 27th. In Klaipeda. The history of the building dates back to the 19th century. the end of the end. The building was repeatedly restored, and its function was repeatedly different. In the 20th century. At the beginning of the 19th century there was a land bank, and during the Soviet period there was a pioneer house.

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3. Klaipėdos Šv. Jono bažnyčia

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Klaipėdos Šv. Jono bažnyčia NežinomaUnknown author / Public domain

Saints of powder puff. John Church is a sage in front of the ancient city of Fanling in the 16th century. John's name is the secular church. It was originally built at 1258 meters. Destroyed twice, rebuilt once, demolished a third time, during the war in 1944, completely demolished in 1945.

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4. Taravos Anikė

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"Ännchen von Tharau" is a 17-stanza poem by the Prussian poet Simon Dach. The namesake of the poem is Anna Neander, 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.

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5. 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, next to John Hill. Until World War II, there was St. John's Church. It was demolished after World War II.

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6. Klaipėdos evangelikų baptistų bažnyčia

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Klaipeda Evangelical Baptist Church - Baptist Church in Klaipėda, Vytauto str. 38. It is the oldest Baptist church building that is still operating in Europe, and untouched by the Great Fire of Klaipeda.

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