The heart of Kaunas – the Town Hall, the living history of the city, also called the ‘White Swan’ by Kaunas residents, was laid down in 1542. This is one of the oldest and most beautiful buildings of the temporary capital. It was reconstructed several times; not only the interior but also the exterior was modified, different architectural styles were applied. Currently, in the Town Hall architecture there are elements of 3 styles predominant – Gothic, Baroque and early Classicism.