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House of Apolonija Frykienė

Kaunas, Lithuania
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P. Lazauskas, 2020.

The three-story house, which looks down on the city centre from the hill with its expressive arched window, belonged to Apolonija Frykiene, the stepmother of the famous interwar architect E. Frykas. The house was built in 1931 and remained unplastered to this day which allows to observe its exposed brick-built structure that was not so common back then. It is said that the architect Edmundas Alfonsas Frykas, cut off part of the plot of the house project that he was hired to design and built this house for his stepmother as compensation for his late father's 3000 litas (old Lithuanian currency) debt.

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