The Guest (Merchant) House in 15th century Vilnius
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The Guest (Merchant) House in 15th century Vilnius
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Aivas Ragauskas | ldkistorija.lt 2017 july 25 d. 18:00

Vilnius was a vibrant trade centre in Eastern Europe in the
mid 15th century. Merchants from various countries flowed
into the city, and Vilnius residents were active in a wide
area (Antwerpen-Tallinn-Moscow-Istanbul). Due to growing
competition with the merchants of neighbouring countries,
which became fiercer after trade between merchants was
banned in Gdansk in 1442, restrictions were also put in
place for visiting merchants in Vilnius in the middle of the
15th century, eventually leading to the construction of
guest housing specifically for foreign merchants.

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