Objects

The School of Commerce
On this location before the war there was the building of the School of Commerce. In 1921, Ieva Simonaitytė, the writer of Klaipėda region, came to Kaipėda and started attending the evening School...
The Building on Baltikalnio Street 12
In 1925–1931 this building (formerly Butsargių 2) was the home of the writer Ieva Simonaitytė. It was here that she wrote her novel Aukštųjų Šimonių likimas (The Fate of the Great Šimonys)....
Kūlių Vartų Street
In the medieval times the city gate was rather important, not only protecting the city from enemies and burglars, but also helping to control the trade.  The first data on the gate of Klaipėda back...
Rytas Press and Publishing Company
In 1921–1939 the building on Turgaus street 3 (former Marktstrasse 48/49) belonged to Rytas Press and Publishing Company. Some of its employees included Adomas Brakas, Viktoras Gailius and Jokūbas...
The Building of the Representation of Lithuania on Žvejų Street 5
The Representation of Lithuania was established in Klaipėda region in 1920, with Captain Leopoldas Dimša appointed as the representative of the Republic of Lithuania. In 1922 he was succeeded by In...
The Building on Herkaus Manto Street 5
The building on the former Libauer Str. 20, which was the home of the writer Ieva Simonaitytė in 1922–1924, did not survive to this day. In her autobiographical novel Nebaigta knyga (The Book), 20...
Red Cross Hospital
The Red Cross Hospital was opened in Klaipėda on S. Nėries Street 3 (former Bahnhofstrasse 13/15) in 1933. In 1931, the Lithuanian Red Cross Society, urged by its Chair Dr Rokas Šliūpas, decided...
The Building on J. Karoso Street 21
In 1934–1935 this building on J. Karoso street (former Žalioji / Grünestrasse 5) was the home of the writer Antanas Venclova.   Antanas Venclova was born in 1906 in Trempiai (Marijampolė In he...
The House of Adomas Brakas
In 1911–1944, the building on Herkaus Manto Street 27 (former Libauer Str. 5) was the home of  Adomas Brakas (1886–1952) — the artist, architect and teacher of Lithuania Minor. The house, in a...
The Visitor’s Centre of the Seaside Regional Park
In 2012, the Karklė Visitor’s Centre of the Seaside Regional Park opened its doors to the public. It is the centre of information, introducing the public to the objects of natural and cultural can...
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Barškiai Elementary School
The elementary school was established in 1837. It is unclear as to who was the first teacher, but earliest records show that Heinrich Gottfried Siedeberg was transferred from Klaipėda to teach in in...
The wooden manor residential building
The wooden manor residential building was built ca. 1895. People still reside here. The nearby barn was built during the same year, but it is no longer in use because of its very poor condition. the...
The brick manor residential building
The Manor Residential Building, constructed in 1912, is now an ordinary residential building. A barn was built near it during the same year. The aforementioned buildings were constructed using red 5...
Brick Truss Outbuilding
The brick truss outbuilding was constructed in the first half of the 19th century. J. Schwandt (the tenant of the manor as of 1916) made a living from growing rye, wheat, oats and barley, clovers, as...
Farm Building
It may be the oldest outbuilding within the territory of the Bachmann Manor. Bricks and abutments served as a basis for the building, which nowadays lie in ruins. It is believed that the structure in...
The smithy
The smithy, which also included a sauna, was built in 1890. During Soviet times, the building belonged to the Technical School of Agriculture. Later it housed the administrative units of various it a...
Housekeeper's home
The home of the housekeeper and milker was built sometime around the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. The red brick house has been recently renovated and currently two...
The Bachmann manor mansion
After the Seven Years' War, in 1778, Wilhelm Gerhard von Koschkull became the new owner of the Bachmann Manor when he rebuilt it using bricks. Koschkull was an experienced agriculturalist and took of...
Devil's Stone
The Devil's Stone is a large rock, 4 metres high, 3.5 metres wide, and weighing approximately 50 tonnes. It is a natural heritage of national significance and is protected by the state. The rock is a...
Queen Louise's Oak Tree and Park
The Historical Park of Tauralaukis Minor. The locations is reminiscent of the times of the royal port city under the rule of Prussian Queen Louise as well as of even older times, namely the age of of...