Regional architecture - a common heritage

The populations of the coastal regions of the southern Baltic are no strangers to each other. It was only the difficulties of the latter part of the 20th century that divided peoples that had hitherto enjoyed considerable contact and the observant will see many similarities.

The Architectural Heritage of the Baltic project has clearly shown how building styles have influenced each other. Town centres, churches, manor houses and castles are all living proof of the strong historical ties between the Four Corners.

The results of this project have been colourfully published in a brochure with the same name ‘The Architectural Heritage of the Baltic’. Both local residents and visitors can learn much about the region from this and its sister publication ‘The Gardens of the Baltic’.

You can pick up your own copy of the guide from one of the Fours Corners many tourist information offices.
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