The Wellness House
The Wellness House, also known as the Rooster House. Architect A. Kleman, 1910. This was the first multifunctional institution in the Baltic States. It had a sauna, a ticket office, a canteen and a a...
The House of Excise
The House of Excise – an institution for validating standards, weights and measurements. A part of the winter port. Architect A. Kleman, 1915.
The building of Neptun Sailing and Rowing Association
Founded in 1885, the association was the first to cultivate academic rowing in the territory of what is the modern-day Lithuania. It has been using the defensive ditch of Klaipėda Castle since the...
Location of the sailboat shipyard
A part of Danė (Dangė) river port. The first sea-going in Klaipėda were built in this location in the 16th c. The shipyard was located in the modern-day square, which used to be a bay, connecting...
A part of the port of Klaipėda infrastructure. The 18th c. upper timber framing part of the warehouse burned down during.
Location of the old St John's Church of German Evangelical Lutherans
In 1528-1706 was a part of the port of Klaipėda. The belfry was a navigational landmark.
Location of St Michael's Church of Lithuanian Evangelical Lutherans
A part of Danė (Dangė) river port. St Michael's Church had a bay for ships, which was dismantled during the construction of the city's defensive ramparts.
Warehouse of linseed
A part of the port of Klaipėda infrastructure. The 18th c. timber framing warehouse was used for storing, sorting and packing of linseed, preparing it to be shipped by sailboats.
Remains of the southern pier
A part of the port of Klaipėda infrastructure. The remains of the southern pier, built in 1791-1821, can still be seen under water on a clear day (stone cases, poles, a sunken sailboat and its...
Klaipėda Royal Port Construction Board building
The brick building of Klaipėda Royal Port Construction Board, built in 1883, is a part of the Work port. In 1923-1940 it hosted the first Board of the Lithuanian port of Klaipėda and the most and...
The buildings of the Work port
The brick building of the supervisor, built in 1878-1880, and the nearby timber framing woodworking workshop is a part of the Work port. Nearby there was a cobbled street with 9 gas street lights and...
The salt warehouse
A part of Danė (Dangė) river port. The salt warehouse was built in 1770–1780 on a part of the foundation of the Lithuanian St Michael's Church. In 1857–1874 the salt factory hosted an of and...
Foundation of the beacon in Bomelsvitte
A part of the port of Klaipėda infrastructure. The navigational landmark was built here in 1852 and restored in 1915.
The herring warehouse
Dange herring warehouse was built in 1861. A part of Danė (Dangė) river port. The area nearby was left for taking water from the river in case of fire.
Germania agricultural produce warehouse, built in 1871. A part of Danė (Dangė) river port. The area nearby was left for taking water from the river in case of fire.
Location of the sailboat shipyard
A part of Danė (Dangė) river port. The first sea-going sailboats in Klaipėda were built in this location in 1517-1519. One of the river branches flowed along Didžioji Vandens Street and the was...
The Royal Warehouse
The Royal Warehouse was built in the 18th c. A part of Danė (Dangė) river port.
A part of Danė (Dangė) river. In 1830-1873 the shipyard of B. Pieper, located in this place, built 144 – the largest number of sailboats in Klaipėda.
Buildings of Maistas joint stock company
The group of Bauhaus style administration buildings, built in 1928, together with the slaughterhouse, a bacon preparation workhshops, fridges for meat and butter, quay and ships constituted...
Paul Lindenau Shipyard
The shipyard of Paul Lindenau operated in 1918-1944, continuing local shipbuilding traditions since 18th c. The shipyard’s boatyard, built in 1937-1938 is a part of Paul Lindenau