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Paul Lindenau Shipyard Complex
Koordinatės: 55.705655, 21.125736 Objekto adresas: Priešpilio gatvė, Klaipėda, Lietuva Savivaldybė: Klaipeda
Before World War I, the equipment of Klaipėda's shipbuilders was purchased by Paul Lindenau, a ship building engineer, originating from Vėluva (Ger. Wehlau), who fully took over the territory in 1918. In 1919, he established a shipyard, called Klaipėda Lindenau & Cie. Shipyard, Iron and Wood Ship Building, Machinery Factory and Smelting House (Ger. Schiffswerft Memel Lindenau & Cie., Eizen- und Holzschiffbau, Maschinenfabrik und Giesserei). The complex of P. Lindenau shipyard consists of a body workshop, technological bridge, a pipe workshop and smelting house, a boat and yacht workshop, as well as boatyard with a slip. The main constructor and engineer of the company was the owner Paul Lindenau himself.
The object is marked maritime heritage brand. This mark includes objects related to the sea heritage – buildings and places of former buildings, quays, trails, ships and others. The aim is to emphasize the distinctive nature of Klaipeda as a maritime city. At the same time, the face of Lithuania as a maritime state is also highlighted.
Compiled in 2018
Submitted: Klaipėdos apskrities viešoji I.Simonaitytės biblioteka | http://www.klavb.lt/lt/