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Mythological stones “Jankelis”, “Jankeliukas”, “Mokas”, “Užkeikta svodba”

Mythological stones are the natural monuments of the ice age. Huge stones "Jankelis" and "Jankeliukas" are located by the road Šalčininkai-Poškonys-Dieveniškės. "Jankelis" is 2.5 m out of 3.6 m...

Rėžių stone

Rėžių village is located close to another village, Butrimonys. In 1989 a new stone was discovered in this area, slightly smaller than the famous Puntukas stone, which weighs around...

Šulnio, Gulbino and Kernavė lakes

There are three lakes in Rūdninkai. "Kernavė" lake (81 hectares) is surrounded by swamps and mostly black alder or low pine trees growing on the fens. "Šulnio" lake (just...

Continental dunes in Rūdninkų Forest

Rūdninkų Forest is is part of one of the largest arrays (forest complex) of Lithuania. Rūdninkų forest complex covers an area of ​​26 thousand hectares and one of the...

Grybiškių Pine

Grybiškių Pine is a state protected natural heritage object. Tree species - Scots pine. The trunk volume is 1.3 m, higher up - over 2.62 m, height - 21...

Grybiškių Oak

It is the largest and oldest oak in the Dieveniškės Historical Regional Park. Oak trunk volume is 4.98 m, diameter 1.6 m and a height of 26 m. Just...

Stakų Oak

Stakų Oak forms a nice, widely ramified cone and a low crown. This is a typical example of a tree which grew in the open landscape. "Free" growing tree...

Barrows in Poškonys

Barrows are our ancestors' graves. They were created when pouring over mounds to bury the dead. Around the barrow mounds are often found stone wreaths, which, according to...

Eišiškių castle

Between the 14th -15th centuries, Eišiškių was formally a brick castle that defended Lithuania against enemies from eastern borders. In the 14th century chronicles, Eišiškių castle is mentioned as...

Bečionių Hill Fort

For the first time Bečionių Hill Fort was investigated by the Institute of History in the middle of the last century. On the hill fort archaeologists discovered a cultural...

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