Nature objects, mounds
The Great Island of Zarasas lake
Covering an area of forty-four hectares, the Lake Zarasas Great Island is one of the largest in Lithuania. In the past it had other names, such as Anglija (England Island), and Draugystės (Friendship Island). Inventory documents mention a manor house which stood on the island in the middle of the eighteenth century. After this fell into disrepair its grounds were used as a town garden. During the
Velikuškių II (an Island) mound
Velikuškės II (an Island) castle mound stands on the eastern end of Bradesiai (also known as Stintinės) Gulf shore, between the lake Zalvė and stream Zalvė, on the left bank of the stream. The mound is surrounded by water of the three sides, the fourth side - wet spot between the hills, so the mound is also known as the Island. The mound until now remained cultural layer, in which was found fra
Sartai Lake
Lake stretches in the area of 1332 hectares, it is unique in a hydrographic perspective: it consists of several branches. Therefore, no other Lithuanian lakes can catch up with Sartai on the abundance of branches. This lake has the longest coastline (79 km) and is the fifth-largest lake in Lithuania.  It has 6 islands. In Dusetos, on the shores of this lake, an attractive space for recreation
The Antalieptė Lagoon
The Antalieptė Lagoon lies in Zarasai district, on both sides of the highway Kaunas-Zarasai, in Gražutė Regional Park. The Lagoon was formed after blocking the Šventoji river 211 km from the mouth (45 km from the source) for Antalieptė hydroelectric in 1959. Antalieptė Lagoon is the second largest pond in Lithuania after Kaunas Lagoon. Antalieptė Lagoon is one of the most beautiful and cleanest wa
Stelmužė oak
Stelmužė oak is Lithuania natural monument, one of the oldest oak trees in Europe and the oldest tree in Lithuania. It is believed that the age of the oak is 1000 - 1500 or even 2000 years. Oak is 23 m in height, 3.5 m in diameter and 13 m in girth on the ground level (8-9 men are needed to fully embrace the trunk). Stelmužė oak - is a tree which has seen a lot during his life. Lithuanian dukes
Verslava mound
One of the most impressive mounds in the district is about 2 km from Antalieptė, 80 meters north of the confluence of Šventoji river and Sėlupio stream. In the southern and south-eastern foothills of the mound the traces of an ancient village were found.
Pakačinės (Demba) mound
The hillfort, which bears the hallmarks of being part of the Brushed Pottery culture, is located about 2km north-west of Antazavė, about 7km north-east of Dusetai, 1km south of the village of Pakačinė, and 1km east of the Dembai ‘individual farm’. According to Petras Tarasenka, it is a ceremonial hillfort which dates from the period between the first millennium BC and the fifth century
Pakalniškiai mound
Mound is located on a separate hill, on the north-west shore of the Ramio lake. It dates back to the first millennium BC.
Drūkšiai Lake
Drūkščiai Lake is a natural area of European importance. The lake and its coastline stretches on the very edge of Lithuania, in the north-east part of it, on the junction of Zarasai, Ignalina districts and Visaginas Municipality, and adjoins to the the state border. Lake is a transboundary water basin, which crosses the state border between Lithuania and Belarus. Approximately 700 hectares of its
Luodis Lake
Luodis is one of the largest lakes in Lithuania. Žvėrinčius horn cape is its largest and longest peninsula,  a unique 200 m spit is interposed into aquatory, prolonging at the tip on a sandbank.  
Ivoniškės Hillfort
This hillfort was established on a separate hill. The site is elongated in a north-south direction, being 25 x 17-22m wide. At the southern end of the site is an embankment, 0.4m high and 22m wide, while the northern end has its own embankment, 0.3m high and 19m wide, behind which there is a ditch which is 7m wide and 0.3m deep. The hillfort dates back to the first millennium AD. 
Liaudiškiai Hillfort.
The hillfort is located 0.3km west of the village of Liaudiškės, 0.6km to the north-west of the northern shore of Lake Baltas. It is located on the south-eastern side of the hill. The hillfort’s eastern and western slopes are steep, ranging between 10-11m high. The 60 x 35m summit platform is rectangular. Its edges and the upper part of the slopes were trenched and fortified with concrete be
Maniuliškės Hillfort
The hillfort’s slopes are steep, reaching up to fourteen metres in height. The hillfort is located about 0.5km to the north-east of the village of Maniuliškės, and close to two lakes, Kumpuolaitis and Kumpuolis. The hillfort is situated on the cap at the top of the hill. The site is trapezoidal in shape, elongated in an east-west direction, 50m long, 29m wide at the eastern end, and 18m at t
Velikuškiai Hillfort I, which commemorates both the legacy left by the Brushed Pottery culture and the memory of the Selonians, was excavated in 1933 by Petras Tarasenka and Professor E Volteris. They investigated almost the entire 45 x 25m oval site and part of the 22m-high southern and eastern slopes. The investigations uncovered a cultural layer which went down to a depth of between 20-30cm (in
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