Parks

Parks
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Sereikiškės Park

Sereikiškės Park  Sereikiškės Park

  • Vilniaus senamiestis, Maironio g.

Sereikiškės Park (formerly – Bernardine Garden) – Old Town Park, restricted Vilnelė River. Right in the center of Vilnius, including Gediminas Castle Hill, Vilnelė and Bernardine monastery located Sereikiškės Park. During the summer, the park

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Kalnų Park

Kalnų Park  Kalnų Park

Mountain Park – a park near the Old Town, which consists of several hills, “Three Crosses” (Grey Mountain) upon which the restored Hill of Three Crosses, Table Mountain, the tomb of Gediminas Hill, Bekes Hill, where in 1850. Kaspar buried Békés.

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Vingis park

Vingis park  Vingis park

Vingis Park – in Vilnius, Neris b end, in the park, a resting place. Area – 162 acres. Park in the southeastern part of the lake occluded location remained a small swamp. The western part is located in a part of Vilnius University Botanical Garden.

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Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden  Botanical Garden

  • Kairėnų g. 43, Vilnius
The Botanical Garden is not only the largest in Lithuania (total area of ​​199 ha), but also the richest collections of plants: it has about 9000 names of plants belonging to 886 genera, and the best and most impressive collections – of
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Europa park museum

Europa park museum  Europa park museum

The park exhibiting over 100 sculptures, which the authors – artists from 32 countries (not just Europe). Among them – leading contemporary artists Magdalena Abakanowicz, Sol LeWitt, Dennis Oppenheim. The first sculpture created by himself G.

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Verkiai Regional Park

Verkiai Regional Park  Verkiai Regional Park

Verkiai Regional Park – Regional Park in Vilnius, on the right bank of the Neris River. The park area of ​​about 2700 hectares, forests cover 77 percent. territory. The park was established in 1992. in order to preserve the Green Lakes natural

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Pavilniai Regional Park

Pavilniai Regional Park  Pavilniai Regional Park

Pavilniai Regional Park is located in southeastern Lithuania, Vilnius city’s eastern outskirts. This is the smallest Regional Park in Lithuania, it takes up 2127 ha (65% of the forest). The park was established to preserve the erosive raguvynų and

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Bison Paddock of Pašiliai

Bison Paddock of Pašiliai   Bison Paddock of Pašiliai

  • Petriškių k., Krekenavos pšt., 38305 Panevėžio r.
  • +370 620 59809
  • krekenava@panmu.lt

This is one of the most impressive and mostly visited assets of Panevėžys forests. The paddock is intended for the largest wild animals – European bisons, included in the Lithuanian and international red list of extinct and endangered species.

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Mini Zoo

Mini Zoo  Mini Zoo

Lithuania Naturalists Center “Mini Zoo” is a very important area of Klaipeda tourism and recreational infrastructure. The center has performed more than 7 years and the business continues to expand, more and more rapidly launched in various

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Botanical Park of Palanga

Botanical Park of Palanga  Botanical Park of Palanga

Palanga park is one of the most beautiful scenery parks in the Lithuania. It was founded by count F. Tiškevičius in 1895-1898. The author of prject was famous at the time French scenery architect Edward Fransua Andrė. Belgian gardener Buyssens de

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Birutes Hill

Birutes Hill   Birutes Hill

  • Meilės al. 21, Palanga

This relict dune, as the highest dune at the seaside of Palanga, is mapped in the large maps since 17th century. The name of Birute hill is linked with a romantic story of priestess Birute, who married to the Grand Duke of Lithuania Kestutis and

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Dzūkija National park

Dzūkija National park  Dzūkija National park

  • Vilniaus str. 3, Merkinė, LT-65334 Varėnos dist.
  • 8 310 44 641
  • dzukijanp@is.lt

Dzūkija National Park – a national park in Dzūkija, Lithuania, was established in 1991 in order to preserve the pine forests, the landscape, and the villages of the region. The area encompasses approximately 550 square kilometers on the banks of

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