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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Giedrius Matulaitis (2 months ago)
Puiki vieta pasivaiksciot ir atsigaut nuo miesto triuksmo
Blue Dog (3 months ago)
too crowded
im shook (5 months ago)
Nice place to visit, beautiful nature
Aurimas Abišala (12 months ago)
Great view, good parking spot, there are places for barbecue or picnic
Rita Bernotaitė (2 years ago)
Good trail for walking, beautiful nature.
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