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The extract from correspondence between Vilnius citizens and the city authorities does not concern the opening of some strategic object — as one might assume, judging by the solemnity of the addressee.
One of the gravest problems in turn-of-the-century Vilnius was how to move brothels from the city centre to suburbs. At the time, the suburbs were located around present-day Konstitucijos Avenue. Vilnius brothels were eventually moved to the location where Vilnius Municipality Building now stands.
A century ago, prostitution was legal throughout the Russian Empire that Vilnius was a part of. The authorities had put in place strict regulations, requiring courtesans to have regular health checks. Moreover, each woman would have a personal file and a work certificate of sorts.
These contained photos and doctor signatures after each check-up. However, despite meticulous regulation, prostitution and brothels became a problem for the city in late 19th and early 20th century. Scuffle, mugging, even occasional murder were a constant nuisance in narrow streets near brothels. Eventually, city authorities could bear it no longer and decided to move brothels out of the town centre.
He came across some photos in File No. The story began in Vilnius police master Rayevski decided that the city centre must be purged of prostitutes. Who knows why the venerable police master had a problem with girls making an honest living, but he decided to rid Vilnius monasteries, churches, and government institutions of the undignified neighbourhood.