Klaipeda city immovable values of culture
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Complex of Buildings 1191 (previous code G78K), The Old City,

Building – 22910 (previous code G78K1), 4 Turgaus Sq., built in the 18th – 19th c.
House – 22911 (previous code G78K2), 6 Turgaus Sq., built in the 18th – 19th c.
Building – 22912 (previous code G78K3), 7 Turgaus Sq., built in the 18th – 19th c.
House – 22913 (previous code G78K4), 9 Turgaus Sq., built in the 18th – 19th c.
House – 22914 (previous code G78K5), 11 Turgaus Sq., built in the 18th – 19th c.
House – 22915 (previous code G78K6), 13 Turgaus Sq., built in the 18th – 19th c.
House – 22916 (previous code G78K7), 15 Turgaus Sq., built in the 18th – 19th c.
House – 22917 (previous code G78K8), 17 Turgaus Sq., built in the 18th – 19th c.
House – 22918 (previous code G78K9), 21 Turgaus Sq., built in the 19th c., restored in 1975
Building – 22919 (pravious code G78K10), 23 Turgaus Sq., built in the 19th c., reconstructed in 1960, 1995

At the beginning, there were wider intervals between the buildings along the edges of the square that served as roads leading to the plots of lands. Later the buildings became higher, and intervals between them narrower. The owners of the houses changed many times. In the second half of the 19th c, with a shortage of flats, many houses were made higher; garrets were equipped with rooms for living.
4, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 Turgaus Sq. – two-storey with attic and masnory building.
17 Turgaus Sq. – Three-storey with attic, classicism and baroque features of .
21 Turgaus Sq. – Two-storey and masnory building with attic.
23 Turgaus Sq. – three-storey masnory building with four-sloped roof. Classicism architecture features of.