Lithuanian Square

In Lublin, in the heart of Poland, Litewske Square (Lithuanian Square) was renovated between 2016 and 2017. The high technical requirements for the surface of the 22,000 square metre square were met by the tubag installation and jointing system.

The municipality's project was carried out by the general contractor BUDIMEX. Both the concept and the architectural design were created by the IDEA architectural studio from Lubin.

The current name - Lithuanian Square - was established in the 1820s and goes back to a tradition: Lithuanian deputies attending the Sejm sessions signed the law "Union of Lublin" at this place in 1569.

The project in detail

Project information

ObjectLitauischer Platz
Project period2016 – 2017
ProductsTPM-D Trass Paving Mortar drainable, TNH-Rapid Trass Adhesive Slurry, PFH Paving Joint Mortar
Building contractorBUDIMEX
ClientCity of Lublin
LocationLublin, Poland
AreaGarden and landscaping
Building typePublic square
Special featureLithuanian Square is listed in the register of monuments.

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