Anykščiai Regional Park

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Anykščiai Regional Park
IUCN category V (protected landscape/seascape)
Map showing the location of Anykščiai Regional Park
Map showing the location of Anykščiai Regional Park
Map of Lithuania
Location Utena County, Lithuania
Nearest city Anykščiai
Coordinates 55°30′36″N 25°08′20″E / 55.51°N 25.139°E / 55.51; 25.139Coordinates: 55°30′36″N 25°08′20″E / 55.51°N 25.139°E / 55.51; 25.139[1]
Area 15,485 ha (38,260 acres)
Established 1992
http://www.anyksciuparkas.lt/

Anykščiai Regional Park covers 15,485 hectares (38,260 acres) in northeastern Lithuania near the city of Anykščiai. It was founded in 1992 to preserve natural and cultural areas.

A horse museum, the Burbiškis estate, archeological sites that have been connected to King of Lithuania Mindaugas, and a narrow-gauge railway are located within the park. Its cultural landmarks include the home of the author Antanas Baranauskas.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Anyksciu regioninis parkas State Park". protectedplanet.net.