Buršteino villa

Following World War l, many wealthy individuals were attracted to the possibility of acquiring the property of Counts up for sale, including bankers from Kaunas, Nilsonas and Tanchumas In 1930s, they purchased a plot of 30 ares in Birutés avenue from Count In 1 939, they built a wooden two-storey villa with a mansard roof.

In 1948, according to a long-term agreement, the villa was rented to Vilnius University for the purposes of employee recreational activities and was named “Romuva”. In 1997, the building was included in the Register of Immovable Cultural Heritage Properties of the Republic of Lithuania.

Birutės al. 37, Palangos m., Palangos m. sav.