In 1894–1897, Neo-Gothic Palace was built by famous doctor Hilarijus Raduškevičius with Julianas Januševskis project. In 1962–1963 western and south western hulls were demolished. From 2004 it is headquarters of Lithuanian architects union. In 2013, the remaining part of Palace was reconstructed.
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