About the object
Kiejstut, Kęstutis (born around 1308/1310, died 15 August 1382) - Prince of Trotsky, co-ruler (with Olgierd) of Lithuania from 1345, Grand Lithuanian Prince 1381-1382, son of Giedymin, father of Witold, Zygmunt and Danuta Anna. In 1381 he came into conflict with his nephew, Władysław Jagiełła, son of Olgierd, after whom Jagiełło imprisoned his uncle in Krewo. Soon afterwards, Kiejstut died, perhaps killed by the order of his nephew. He left the sons of Witold and Zygmunt and his daughter Ryngałła from his marriage to Biruta. The exact date of Kiejstut's birth is unknown. Formerly it was thought that he was born around 1297, now the birth of this prince is moved to around 1308/1310. Kiejstut around 1344 married Biruta. This is the prince's only known wife sources. In the past researchers believed that Kiejstut was married twice, now this view seems to be abandoned.
Apartments near the sea
The Perła Księcia Kiejstuta Residence was located in a quiet building at 10 Kiejstuta Street, on the border of Orłów and Mały Kacka - which is worth mentioning is one of the most prestigious, architecturally attractive and recognizable due to the wealth of villas and unique apartments in the Tri-City area. The luxury apartments have been integrated into the Tri-City Landscape Park located a few meters away, creating a harmonious, amazing composition. "
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The apartments located in the Residence "Perła Księcia Kiejstuta" are a combination of classic and elegance. Each of the five luxury apartments has been designed so that residents can experience the many pleasures of living by the sea. The surrounding nature and beautiful views of the city are just two of the many advantages of this place. Luxury apartments in Gdynia are also innovative solutions and convenience associated with all travels to nearby towns.
All these aspects encourage people to live permanently in one of the best locations in the Tri-City.