Karmazinai Mound

Verkšionys, Lithuania

The Karmazinai mound (also called Viršupis) is a burial mound and hill fort. According archaeological excavations it dates from the 6th century AD.



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Founded: 500-600 AD
Category: Cemeteries, mausoleums and burial places in Lithuania

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modenika (2 years ago)
Beautiful trail, easy to walk
Milda Kiaušaitė (3 years ago)
Beautiful nature, lovely paths (requires some stamina, some parts go uphill). Great landscapes and a river, that reminds me of the mountain rivers
Gintaras Kovaitis (5 years ago)
If you go by car recommended by Waze or Google Maps, be wary of a quite steep driveway to the parking, as the gravel road has very many potholes! Other than that, the track has a lot of beautiful views and stairs, so bring a water bottle with you and of course some food to enjoy the beautiful scenery and to wind down.
Sigita Mikuckytė (5 years ago)
Good path for a walk, includes mounds path in the woods and big greens. With a couple of open spaces for scenery shots and benches for a sandwich pitstop. It is not long, but might be a bit tricky if you are not steady on your feet because some spots near the river are slippery. Also path is not even. It does not require special gear but pay attention!
Giedrius Matulaitis (5 years ago)
Puiki vieta pasivaiksciot ir atsigaut nuo miesto triuksmo
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