Labanoras Regional Park

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Labanoras Regional Park, established in 1992, is located 80 kilometers northeast of Lithuania's capital, Vilnius. Covering 553 hectares, it is the largest regional park in the country.

The park contains about 70 lakes; about 80% of its land is forested. Its floral biodiversity is high, and it is home to the densest population of nesting white stork couples in Europe.[1] It also contains areas with archeological, architectural, ethnographic, and historic value.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Regional Park Labanoras, Lithuania". Global Nature Fund. Retrieved 2009-06-25. 
  2. ^ "Kultūra" (in Lithuanian). Labanoras Regional Park. Retrieved 2009-06-25. 

Coordinates: 55°14′N 25°42′E / 55.233°N 25.700°E / 55.233; 25.700