Reconstruction of a laundry building into the National Centre for Visitors of Protected Areas.
The National Centre for Visitors of Protected Areas was established in one of the buildings of Sapieha palace complex. The rather dilapidated building, built in the late XIX century, was revived for a new life and now hosts an interesting exposition. The Centre will become the gateway to the protected areas in Lithuania and other countries; visitors will be able to find information about the most valuable areas, choose natural routes and travel around our country, rich with natural valuables – all under one roof.
All works were carried out within the scope of the Protected Area Management and financed by EU structural funds and the state budget.
Address: Antakalnio g. 25, Vilnius.
(pictures from vstt.lt)