Vilnius Town Hall is located in the very centre of the city, in the Town Hall Square. The history of it began in the XVth century. It is mentioned for the first time in 1432.

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When Vilnius city got it‘s city rights in 1387 it had to build an administrative office. According to some XVIth century sources, at first Vilnius Town Hall was that of gothic style and had a tower. However, it suffered from fires and invaders so was rebuilt several times. In 1799 Laurynas Gucevičius designed it in neoclassical style and it remained unchanged since then.

It is important to mention that this location has always been important for massive cultural, political and public events.

IMPORTANT: by clicking on “Website” on Your write, You will find it only in Lithuanian language. Use a Google translate if You wish to reach them.