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Officers’ Palace

A. Mickevičiaus g. 19, Kaunas

Officers’ Palace is mostly pompous building of the late interwar period of Lithuania, built in 1937. It is distinguished for ‘national“ style and patriotic symbols. The palace is made up of local building materials served for state representation as well as for public needs.This object is the seat of officers’ club and its decorative architecture testifies of honorable status of officers in interwar period of Lithuania. The architects of the building are Stasys Kudokas, Kazys Kriščiukaitis, Jonas Kova-Kovalskis, engineer Anatolijus Rozenbliumas.

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