"Tiskeviciai palace" Traku Voke Things to Do Tip by Raimix

Traku Voke Things to Do: 5 reviews and 9 photos

The Traku Voke palace place till middle of XIX century belonged to Trakai marshal Liudwik Dombrowski. Later, the palace territory was purshased by one of the most famous Lithuanians land owners and one of the rishest person that time - John Tiskevicius. In 1876-1880 the construction of palace started and the designer of that palace was Italian architect L. Marconi. It was a order to build a palace, looking like Lazienki palace in Warsaw (Poland), so now it is really looking like Lazienki, just smaller and not so well prepared for tourists.

In the time of Second World War, here were living German soldiers, after that (in USSR times) - agriculture institute, now - the Lithuanian noblemen union central building.

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  • Updated Nov 19, 2006
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