8 Sights in Biržai, Lithuania (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Biržai, Lithuania. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Biržai, Lithuania.

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1. Biržų Radvilų pilis

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Biržai Castle is a castle in Biržai, Lithuania. Construction of the earth bastion-type castle started in 1586 by the order of Krzysztof Mikołaj "the Lightning" Radziwiłł. In 1575, preparing for this construction, a dam was built on the Agluona and Apaščia rivers at their confluence, and the artificial Lake Širvėna, covering about 40 km², was created. Major castle building works were finished in 1589.

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2. Karstinė smegduobė „Ievos duobė“

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Eve's pit is a state -protected geological natural heritage object in Karajimiškis village, Biržai Regional Park. It is less well known and explored by a karst sink in Northern Lithuania, included in the list of geological objects protected by the state in 2007. It is found near the cave of a prominent cow.

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3. Biržų Šv. Jono Krikštytojo bažnyčia

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St. John's Church in Burma. John Baptist Church is in the British Roman Catholic Church in June, in Trent. 2. The church has baroque and classical characteristics. She was repeatedly stopped and pushed down. 1853-1861. John built a brick house in the Teja. John's baptism stood far away in the church.

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4. Karstinė įgriuva „Lapės ola“

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Lemur is a military montmorillonite, which is the protected object of national geological and natural heritage. Cerebellar Pit is Karakimiki Village, a regional park in Myanmar, next to the road of 1303 yuan-a cave scientist represented by Theron Island. Therefore, he lived in the pit in his name.

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5. Karstinė įgriuva „Geologų duobė“

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Geologists' pit - a karst sinkhole in Biržai district, Karajimiškis village, Biržai Regional Park, near the road 1303 Biržai -Pasvaliai -Salučiai, just a kilometer away from another famous sinkhole - cow cave. Next to the geologists' collapse, 80 m is a fox cave.

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6. Širvėnos ežero tiltas

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A man-made water lake was laid in June near one of New Zealand's longest grass lake bridges. The bridge, a regional park in Burma, connects an occupied mansion in the Burmese city on the edge of the North Lake. He laid load-bearing metal beams on wooden trails.

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7. Karstinė įgriuva „Karvės Ola“

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The Cow Cave is a karst sinkhole with an cave in Karajimiškis village, Biržai Regional Park. It is the most famous and best -investigated geological nature monument in Northern Lithuania. The monument was published in 1964.

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8. Biržų jungtinė metodistų bažnyčia

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The United Methodist Church of Myanmar, the church that operates the Methodist Church, was in Kesti in June. 25. These are the 11 United Methodist Church (JMB) communities currently residing in the UK.

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