Ambraziūnai Mound

The mound is established in the shore cape in the junction point of Šušvė and Šakė Rivers.

Address Krakės Neighbourhood, Kėdainiai District

Bakainiai Mound

Bakainiai Mound Complex, consisting of a castle hill with two fore-works and defensive ramparts, is one of the largest mounds in our district providing beautiful views of nature. 

Address Surviliškis Neighbourhood, Kėdainiai District

Kalnaberžė Mound (Hillfort)

Mounds, or hillforts, are the best known and the most beautiful archaeological monuments in Lithuania. Their total number approaches one thousand. Lithuania has more hillforts than our neighbouring countries.

Address Kalnaberžė, Surviliškis neighbourhood, Kėdainiai District

Lomeikiškiai Mound (Hillfort) or Krasauskas Hill

It is an archeological monument of regional importance.

Address Surviliškis Neighbourhood, Kėdainiai District

Pilioniai Mound

After passing Pilioniai village, there is a mound on the left side of the road, called Švedkapis or Piliukas.

Address Dotnuva Local Authority, Kėdainiai District

Pilsupiai Mound (Bakanas)

Studies have shown that there was a foot settlement 1 km to the north from the mound, where smooth surface molded ceramics were discovered. The mound dates back to the I millennium– beginning of the II millenium.

Address Krakiai Local Authority, Kėdainiai District

Plinkaigalis Mound

The Mound was formed on a hillock, on the left shore of Šušvė River, at the river junction with Žiedupė.

Address Krakės Local Authority, Kėdainiai District

Sangailai Mound

It is one of the most impressive mounds in Kėdainiai District. Its clear contours and two ramparts can be observed to this day.

Address Šėta Local Authority, Kėdainiai District
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