Sightseeing tour MEMEL IN THE XIX TH CENTURY

Language English, German, Lithuanian, Russian
Price 70,00 EUR for excursion
Capacity Group of more than 10 people
Duration 2 hours

More information: www.amberguide.lt

Let's turn back the time and take a glance at the 19th century Memel through the prism of history.

A significant historic fact of the early 19th century Memel is the status of the temporary capital of Prussia. The town was the residence for one year of King Frederick William III, his consort Louise, his family and court, and the government.

The development of the city was halted by the Great Fire of 1854, which wrought havoc in the town. The fire destroyed the city featuring Baroque and Classicism style buildings and, following rebuilding, the city's dominant architectural styles were Historicism and Art Nouveau.

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