Objects

The Museum of Poet Vytautas Mačernis
The museum exposition was established at the initiative of poet Eugenijus Matuzevičius in 1987. The exposition tells the tragic story of the life and works of the Lithuanian poet Vytautas Mačernis....
The Mingėla Oak Tree
The diameter of the oak tree is 2.46 m and it is 21 m high. It is located in the Nausėdis district, in Vieštovėnai village. In 1960, the oak tree was declared a natural monument. The tree is in a...
The Cemetery All Saints Chapel
A chapel was built in the Old Plungė Cemetery in 1858 and was funded by Count Zubovas and parishioners. The structure was built using elements from Romantic Classicism architecture. Local craftsmen...
Plungė Church Belfry
In the 1850 Visitation Act of the Church of Plungė, written by bishop Motiejus Valančius, it states: “In place of the old wooden belfry, a new, brick three-stage belfry has been built last It was...
The Monument of St. Florian
St. Florian in the Roman Catholic faith is the saint that guards people from fires. Plungė was often ravaged by fires in the past and the inhabitants could not cope with the fiery disasters, so they...
Old Town Square
The town of Plungė is of a radial layout. The rectangular Old Town Square can be found in the centre. The streets branch out of it in five directions. They branch out further down the road, thus the...
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The House of Pranas Genys
Pranas Genys, a poet, journalist, museum director, photographer and founder, builder, and first director of the Samogitian Museum Alka (founded in Telšiai, in 1932), constructed and lived in this On...
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The old school of Kalotė village
The memoirs of the former residents of Kalotė village, published in the 6th-7th decade of the 20th c., mention the boscage of Kalotė (Ger. Kollater Heide), stretching westwards from Kalotė Lake to...
The Oginskis Manor Washhouse
A red brick house is built near the Babrungas River. It is the former Oginskis manor washhouse. Its maids used to wash the clothing and bedding of the Duke and of other inhabitants of the manor. used...
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The foundations of Karklė church
Karklė Church, built in 1910, was the highlight of the entire area – the view of the church was a very popular motif on tourist cards. After the war the church was demolished by the newcomers, saw...
Karklė Cemetery (the former Cemetery of the Drowned)
Burials at the first old cemetery of Karklė are limited and the cemetery itself is included into the Register of Cultural Properties. It had different names too – the locals referred to the as the...
The old primary school of Karklė
Karklė Primary School, an example of the early 20th c. East Prussian brick architecture, is one of the most prominent elements of the historical-architectural heritage at Karklė ethnocultural The a...
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The old forest guard house
The so called forestry office is situated in the south-western part of Karklė village. It is presumed that the homestead existed here already in the second half of the 19th c. – early 20th c., but...
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The old ship rescue station in Nemirseta
The ship rescue station was built in the early 20th century. The brave ship rescue team, which helped sailors in trouble during stormy weather, consisted of local farmers. Voluntarily risking their a...
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The Plungė Church
The Church of St. John the Baptist was built in 1933, in Plungė. It is a brick Neo-Romantic style church with two towers. Its layout represents the Latin cross. A brick fence surrounds the 1570, a 5...
The dunes and sandy meadows (landscape observation place)
The impressive hilly terrain of Nemirseta dunes mesmerises all its visitors. The impression grows stronger knowing that all this was formed by the nature with minimum human impact. What makes the of...
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The Duke Mykolas Oginskis Stable
In the Plungė park, in front of the Oginskis Mansion, stands an unusually beautiful Neo-Gothic red brick building – the former stable of Duke Mykolas Oginskis, built in 1879. According to the of...
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Oginskis Manor Guardhouse and Park Gates
The Oginskis Park ir roughly 58 acres in size. A fence surrounds the park, providing only a few entrances into the historic area. The main gates of the Oginskis Park are designed in the style. of in...
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Plateliai Manor Farmstead Mansion and Park
The Mansion of the Plateliai Manor is one of buildings of the former Plateliai Manor Farmstead. The Plateliai Manor Farmstead is an immoveable cultural object, located in the Plateliai Urban Manor in...
The Plateliai Church
The first church in Plateliai was built in the beginning of the 16th century. In 1523, Jonavičius (Kęsgaila), the son of the elder of Samogitia, donated a portion of his riches to the church. built...