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History, Archaeology, Architecture


This exposition presents three of the most important chronological stages in the development of this site and residence: the castle period (the territory's development until the turn of the 15th–16th centuries), the palace period (the 16th–17th centuries) and their destruction and period of non-existence (the mid-17th–early 21st centuries). Here visitors can see the surviving authentic walls from various periods as well as the rich collection of unique archaeological artefacts. There is also iconographic material relating to Lithuania that has been collected from all over the world, which is presented along with text commentary, models and layouts, maps, etc.

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Published:: 2023-01-18 10:57 Modified: 2023-09-13 13:58
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