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Museum: II-V: 10:00-18:00; VI-VII: 11:00-17:00 Parko: I–VII: 10:00 – 22:00
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Chaim Frenkel Villa-Museum

Šiauliai
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Discover the enchanting Chaim Frenkel Villa and Museum, a true gem in Šiauliai. Built in 1908 by Jewish merchant Chaim Frenkel and his wife Dora beside their thriving leather processing factory, this villa is a fine example of early 20th-century Modernist architecture in Lithuania, blending elements of Art Nouveau and Jugendstil.
Discover the enchanting Chaim Frenkel Villa and Museum, a true gem in Šiauliai, complemented by a serene park adorned with a mesmerizing fountain. Built in 1908 by Jewish merchant Chaim Frenkel and his wife Dora beside their thriving leather processing factory, this villa is a fine example of early 20th-century Modernist architecture in Lithuania, blending elements of Art Nouveau and Jugendstil. Its facade showcases the interplay of diverse styles while the interior captivates with intricate wooden finishes and ornate plasterwork. Here you’ll explore layers of Lithuania's provincial manor culture, the interwar period of Šiauliai, and the country’s rich Jewish heritage. Visitors are also welcomed to explore the modern-style park, home to the 'Thousand Roses' rose garden, inaugurated in 2018 to commemorate the centenary of Lithuania's restored statehood.

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