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Sightseeing (Palangoje, Šventojoje, Karklėje, Melnragėje, Giruliuose)

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Palanga botanical park

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Palanga Botanic Park is one of the most beautiful, best preserved and maintained parks on the Lithuanian coast line. It was founded in1897 by Count Feliksas Tiškevičius. More
Address:Vytauto g. 15,
Palanga
Tel:+370 460 49270,
+370 460 49271
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The palace of count Feliksas Tiskevicius (now Museum of Amber)

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The neo-renaissance palace was built in 1897 according to the project of the German architect Franz Schwechten. The palace was restored in 1957 (author A. Brusokas). More
Address:Vytauto g. 17,
Palanga
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Birute hill

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Relict dune marked on all larger-scale maps since the 17th century as the highest dune on the Palanga seashore. More
Address:Vytauto g. 17,
Palanga
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J. Basanavičius Street

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Earlier this street was called Tiškevičius Street or Boulevard. In the summer of 1923 Dr. Jonas Basanavičius visited Palanga. More
Address:J. Basanavičiaus g.,
Palanga
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Sea Bridge

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Getting to Palanga in the 19th century was quite some trouble to the holidaymakers. Having arrived to Liepaja or Klaipėda they had to continue to Palanga by horse-drawn carriages. More
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The Seaside Regional Park

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The Seaside Regional Park is situated in the south from the Palanga Botanical Park and stretches to Klaipėda city. More
Tel:+370 46 412483
Fax:+370 46 412483
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Samogitian Alka

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In XIV c. on the top of Birute hill was arranged the place for astronomical observations. More
Address:Vytauto g. 15,
Palanga
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Amber Workshops

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Palanga Guild of Amber Craftsmen is a public organisation founded in the end of 2000 and uniting 26 artisans of amber. More
Address:Vytauto g. 21/ S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno g. 27,
Palanga
Tel:+370 652 36644
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Ivera Mother of God Orthodox Church

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The orthodox parish in Palanga was founded in 1995. In the beginning, it was hosted in one room of the Russian school. More
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Sculture "Rebeka"

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"Rebeka" ("Woman Carrying Water"), by the French sculptor Hubert Louis-Noel, originally stood in the Vilkenas palace park (Silute region). More
Address:Vytauto g. 15,
Palanga
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Sculpture, dedicated to M. K. Ciurlionis’ triptych "Signatures"

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This monument, designed by the sculptor Steponas Sarapovas and the architect Algis Knyva, is in the north of the park, to the right of the main park entrance near Dariaus and Gireno street. More
Address:Vytauto g. 15,
Palanga
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Sculpture "Eglė the Queen of Serpents"

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This is one of the most popular sights of the park and one of the prettiest and best-known sculptures in Lithuania. More
Address:Vytauto g. 15,
Palanga
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The Lurdas

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After the construction of the park was finished, Count Tiskevicius' wife Antanina decided to build the Lurdas. All the stones used are unprocessed and are held together by cement. More
Address:Vytauto g. 15,
Palanga
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Sculpture "Jesus giving a blessing"

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This sculpture by Stasys Zirgulis stands across from the Tiskevicius palace, on the botanical garden's large terrace . More
Address:Vytauto g. 17,
Palanga
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Sculpture "For you, Birute"

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This sculpture was created by the artist Konstancija Petrikaite-Tiuliene and erected in 1965. It stands on a stone at the foot of Birute's hill - the symbolic eternal resting place of Princess Birute. More
Address:Vytauto g. 15,
Palanga
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A chapel on Birute hill

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In 1869 was built a chapel by project of architect K. Majer. In 1976 stained-glass windows were arranged in this chapel (author L. Pocius). At the foot of a hill is a sculpture of sculptress K. More
Address:Vytauto g. 15,
Palanga
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Zemaiciu Alkas (Sventoji)

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In XIV c. on the top of Birute hill astronomical observations were carried out. More
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The Fisherman’s Daughters

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In the dunes, near the gates of Šventoji port, there is an impressive (about 4 meters tall) sculpture The Fisherman’s Daughters. More
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“Madzuchai“ (The Valley of Singing Stones)

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The project “Madzuchai“ (The Valley of Singing Stones) being implemented next to Palanga resort town attempts to develop a unique attraction facility for local and inbound tourism. More
Tel:+370 616 18530
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Kretinga Manor

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Kretinga Manor was built in the 15th – early 16th century. Count Juozas Tiškevičius bought it from Mikalojus Zubovas in 1875 and it became the family’s residence. More
Address:Vilniaus g. 20,
Kretinga
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