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The Hill of Angels rises up near Būda village, which is surrounded by the Galvė lakes. It has been decorated with wooden angels, people's prayers and folk songs.
‘The Potato Road’ will lead you towards the White Swan of Lake Galvė. The road is an old land route to Užutrakis Manor House.
Sacrifice Hill marks the highest point of the Trakai Peninsula. From the top you can appreciate the beautiful landscape, a unique history and an opportunity to experience the atmosphere of medieval life.
The Sinkhole of Strėva hides deep in the forest, surrounded by whispering old trees and ice-free springs. It is one of the unique natural and cultural attractions of Aukštadvaris Regional Park. It is a state-protected geomorphological site of natural heritage.
The Stone of Nikronys is a dominant feature of Aukštadvaris Regional Park. It is an amazing natural monument that attracts people with its coded riddle about a mysterious treasure …
Surrounded by legends, the Devil’s Pit invites visitors to listen closely to the mysterious sounds coming from the earth. You might even manage to make out the tower of the sunken church down below.
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