Vilniaus gatvė 33
Kutaliai 1885 - Kaunas 1969
the second President of Lithuania (1920-1926); also acting President for a few hours on 19 Decenber 1926, following a military coup
On the pedestal: skulpt. v. narutis | arch. k. mikšys | 1996 m.
Prezidentūros sodelis - President's Garden
Kaunas was from 1918 to 1940 the capital of Lithuania (since the historic capital Vilnius then belonged to Poland). The former palace of the Governor of Kovno [Kaunas], built in 1846, served during this period as the Presendential Palace. In the courtyard (open for public) are since 1996 statues of the three presidents during this period of independency:
- Antanas Smetona, 1919-1920
- Aleksandras Stulginskis, 1920-1926
- Kazys Grinius, 7 June - 18 December 1926
- Aleksandras Stulginskis (2nd time), 19 December 1926.
- Antanas Smetona, (2nd time), 1926-1940
- Vytautas Narutis (Vilnius 1957),
Sources & Information
Location (N 54°53'49" - E 23°53'48")
Item Code: lt113; Photograph: 14 July 2013
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