Klaipėda University building complex

I-VII 24/7 (outside)


Klaipėda University is the youngest in Lithuania; Most of the complex was built between 1904 and 1907. The buildings were used as barracks. The complex included six different buildings for soldiers and commanders, as well as a small chapel, dining rooms, and armouries; All the buildings were neo-gothic in style;
All of the buildings in the complex have been used by the army for almost half a century;

Klaipėda University was started at the Kaunas Institute and the faculty of the Šiauliai Pedagogical Institute. The University started its work in 1991; 1 January.

Today Klaipėda University has 3 faculties (Marine Technologies and Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities, Health Sciences), 1 study institute (Institute of Continuing Studies) and 2 research institutes (Baltic Region History and Archaeology, Marine Research), research and study centres, a library, a botanical garden, a publishing house, and a Career Centre.

Address: Herkaus Manto str. 84.