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The palaces of Vilnius date back to the historical times of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (hereinafter referred to as the GDL) and represent prominent families of those times—namely Pacai (Pac), Radvilos, Sapiegos, Chodkevičiai; and their works and epochs. Here the elite of the Lithuanian nobility was settled.
Between the 14th and 16th centuries the territory of Vilnius castle complex was a political, religious and cultural centre for the Grand Duchy of Lithuania; an autonomous urban formation for both defensive and representative purposes. In the 14th century there were three Vilnius castles: the Upper, the Lower and the Crooked (the latter has not survived). Situated in close vicinity to one another, they formed a single complex of fortification.
The contribution made by German monks, merchants, craftsmen, engineers and architects to the cultural history of Vilnius is very significant. Vokiečių (German) Street, located in the very core of the city, symbolizes the German part of town.
Vilniaus lankytojo gidas (EN) (2009) - Vilnius Visitor's Guide
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