Bistrampolis Manor

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Bistrampolis Manor (2009)

Bistrampolis Manor is a former residential manor in Kučiai, Panevėžys district.[1] Currently it is used as a hotel and coffee-restaurant. The manor stables are used as a concert hall, where various festivals takes place. The chapel is used as a museum of Lithuanian book smugglers. Bistrampolis Manor is also famous for its park.

History[edit]

The manor was built in 1855 in the classical style. Its name comes from its first owners, the Bistramai nobles.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bistrampolis Manor (Lithuanian)

Coordinates: 55°35′49″N 24°21′22″E / 55.59694°N 24.35611°E / 55.59694; 24.35611