2017 Technical Monument - Old Canal Locks of King William - Set
2017 Technical Monument - Old Canal Locks of King William - Set for only GBP £0.86
The canal of King William was excavated in 1863– 1873 by French prisoners of war. When the Prussian King William I became the Emperor of Germany, the from dangerous storms of the Curonian Lagoon. The length of the canal is equal to 25-27 km, the width – 28-30 m and the average depth – 1.7 m. The canal lock installed close to Lankupiai in 1873 is the only one in Lithuania, has been the 15th century in the Netherlands).