Pradžia places of interest cultural heritage objects The birthplace of Archbishop M. Reinys
The birthplace of Archbishop M. Reinys
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The birthplace of Mečislovas Reinys was born in Madagaskaras village (formerly known as Bykov), people say, and that such name was given to the village by M. Reinys himself. The village has retained the homestead, where lived M. Reinys - the Archbishop of Kaunas, Vytautas Magnus University professor, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Independent Lithuania. Witnesses say, his birthplace was a nicely maintained house, and the whole farmstead consisted of seven separate buildings. At that time it stood out by having plenty of spruce and lime-trees.

Contacts:

Address: Madagaskaras village, Antalieptė parish
GPS coordinates: 55.630962, 25.83622
Other information:

With children, District, Antalieptė parish
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