Former Jewish Gymnasium and the Yehuda Leib Peretz Library in Plungė
WORTH VISITING:  This building is unique in a certain way as it connects two historical memories. It is said that this building was a gift from Lithuanian noble Mykolas Oginskis to the Plungė Jewish community so that the community could...
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Jewish photo-atelier in Telšiai
WORTH VISITING: The building which stands in Kęstučio street, in the very center of Telšiai town, remembers the first steps of photography in Lithuania. This was the place where most of the residents were photographed for the very first time...
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House of Icikas Charifas in Molėtai
WORTH VISITING: House of Icikas Charifas once was a place where people met and shared their life stories with their friends. At first, there was a restaurant and later this building housed the first cinema in the town. Filter byAll...
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Telšiai yeshiva
WORTH VISITING: We can name Telšiai town not only Lithuanian but also an Eastern European religious Jewish education center at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century because of the impressive academic level in...
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“Taicas and Šeras“ Company‘s Factory Building
WORTH VISITING: At the beginning of the 20th-century people began to search for alternatives to sugar, not because sugar was seen as an unhealthy commodity, but to look something even sweeter. “Taicas and Šeras” company produced sweet pills made from...
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Houses of Bazelis Levinas and Ruvelis Videckis
WORTH VISITING: Near the historical red brick commercial building (Vilniaus str. 42) you will see two houses, which stands next to each other. These two buildings (Vilniaus str. 37 and 39) are an integral part of Molėtai Jewish history -...
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Photo-atelier of Moisiejus Botvinikas
WORTH VISITING: This building housed the first professional photo-atelier in Zarasai, which was opened during the interwar period. What is interesting is that this photo-atelier also provided services to the local police department by copies of documents and taking mug...
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Carbonated water workshop owned by Abelis Pitelis
WORTH VISITING: It is sometimes hard to understand that certain products that we daily consume, some time ago, were perceived as a rare and even magical commodity.  During the interwar period, Abelis Pitelis opened a carbonated water workshop, a place,...
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The Jewish Folk Bank in Klaipėda
WORTH VISITING: The building in Teatro square has a lot of history: during the interwar period the Jewish Folk Bank operated in this building, and a little while before that - this building was a home for one of the...
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Vilijampolė (Slobodka) yeshiva in Kaunas
WORTH VISITING: In the 19th century, Slobodka or Vilijampolė yeshiva was one of the biggest and most famous yeshivas both in Lita and in all Europe. The number of its students clearly exceeded the number of students in other yeshivas...
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