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Reconstructed Historical Interiors

ROUTE II

This part of the exposition, which presents the stylistic development of the residence of the Lithuanian grand dukes through the Late Gothic, Renaissance and Early Baroque epochs and the palace surrounds and historical purpose of the various spaces displays authentic furniture, tapestries, paintings, maps and other treasures that are characteristic of European palace interiors. Here visitors can become acquainted with the rulers' representational and utility spaces, their private apartments, the treasury, and upon rising up to the Observation Tower breath-taking panoramas over the capital city unfold before you.

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History, Archaeology, Architecture

ROUTE I
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)...

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Weaponry, Everyday Life, Music

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Open Expositions

The Museum offers not only expositions inside and four themed routes that visitors can take, but also has open expositions outside – from Renaissance Garden to bas-reliefs.

 

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Published:: 2023-01-18 10:59 Modified: 2023-10-31 10:04
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