Gargzdai (Gorzd), Lithuania
Gargzdai Information on Other Websites
These links are to offsite photos of Gargzdai, or other information about
Gargzdai or nearby areas (including historic documentaries). Use your
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photo postcards at miestai.net. Includes pictures of wooden bridge
over Minija, view from top of Minijos gatve towards river, and palace.
photo postcards at facebook.com
- Photos by pioneering woman photographer Paulina
- Gargzdai -
church and market area, 1929 Historic
documentary on YouTube, filmed by Jonas Kazimeras Milius
- Other films by Jonas Milius on YouTube, 1929:
parade in Gargzdai, 1930's. Group
photo of students and teachers at Jewish school in Gargzdai.
Both photos are in collection of Vilna
Gaon State Jewish Museum.
Accessed at LIMIS,
Lithuanian Integral Museums Information Systems. Use LIMIS to search for
Gargzdai exhibits at numerous Lithuanian museums here.
- Lithuania in
color, 1937-38 Documentary film by Matuzas Brothers
- Curonian Spit,
1927 - 1936
- Sveksna, 1928
(synagogue visible at 4:17 - 4:20 had similar design to Gargzdai
masonry synagogue/beit midrash). Recent
of abandoned Sveksna synagogue.
- Gargždai iš
(Aerial) - video of drone flight on YouTube
- Skrydis (Flight)
- video of balloon flight over Gargzdai on YouTube
of Gargzdai Region
Gallery (includes numerous photos of Kretinga, Gargzdai, Palanga,
- Virtual Tour of
- Gargzdai Vasara
- Gargzdai Ziema
Fotografii - numerous photos
360 degree view from just south of former market square
of Gargzdai (includes photo gallery)
Aerial photo on Wikimapia
and postal history on lithuanianphilately.com
Article on Gargzdai
at Museum of the Jewish People at Beit
Note: One of the photos
posted with the above article shows the marketplace of a different town,
Gruzdziai, which is near the northern border of Lithuania. The name
"Gruzdziai" is printed on the photo.
University, Center for Jewish Art, contains a webpage regarding an
newspaper, Ha-Carmel (March 15, 1861), reporting on the "new wooden
synagogue in Gargzdai." The location of the town set forth in the
newspaper article (between Shawel [Siauliai] and Zager [Zagare])
describes Gruzdziai (Lat.
56°06´, Long. 23°16´) not Gargzdai, so presumably the name גורזד
in the article refers to Gruzdziai not Gorzd.
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This page updated 12/28/18
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