What are some famous lithuanian landmarks?
- Erik Van ThienenLv 710 years agoFavorite Answer
- The Old Town of Vilnius, one of the largest surviving medieval old towns in Northern Europe, with the Vilnius University, Vilnius Cathedral and St. Anne's Church.
- The Old Town, the House of Perkūna and the Vytautas the Great War Museum in Kaunas.
- Klaipėda — the third biggest city, famous for its summer festivals.
- One of it's 20 castles like Trakai Castle, Biržai Castle and Kaunas Castle.
- Ethnographic villages like Zervynos and Kapiniškės.
- Aukštaitija National Park — a land of lakes, hills and forests, popular for water tourism and rural tourism in the summer
- Dzūkija National Park — the biggest forest (Dainavos) and swamp (Čepkelių) in the country, and some old unique villages in the middle of the forests
- The Hill of Crosses in Šiauliai — site of religious significance, north of Šiauliai
- Žemaičių Kalvarija — famous pilgrimage site, most visitors come in the beginning of July to visit the large church festival
- The Curonian Spit — unique sand dunes with rare flora, seaboard forest, white sanded beaches and old ethnographic villages
- The Kernavė Archaeological Site (Cultural Reserve of Kernavė) — former Lithuanian capital at the bank of the river Neris and now a well-preserved archaeological site
- The Struve Geodetic Arc
- Purnuskes — according to some measures the center of Europe
- Anonymous10 years ago
- 10 years ago
the.... uhhh.... hmmmm.....windmills?