Kėdainiai Old Town

It is one of seven Old Towns of Lithuania and is a state-protected urbanistic monument. The Old Town has a number of preserved valuable Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist-style buildings, four trading squares of the 15th-17th century and a historical road network.

Address Kėdainiai

Evangelical Reformed Church and Mausoleum of Dukes Radvilas

The constructions of the Renaissance style Evangelical Reformed Church began in 1631 and were initiated by Kristupas II Radvila and completed by his son Jonušas XI Radvila in 1652.

Address Senoji str. 1, Kėdainiai
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UNESCO heritage – Cross-Crafting

There are 18 crosses of the most famous Lithuanian wood-carver Vincas Svirskis stored in the exposition of Kėdainiai Regional Museum.

Address 19 Didžioji Street, Kėdainiai
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Birthplace of the Nobel Literature Laureate Czeslaw Milosz

Poet, writer and Nobel Prize winner Česlovas Milošas (1911–2004) was born in Kėdainiai district, Šeteniai, in the modest Kunatai Manor in the picturesque valley of Nevėžis on 30 June 1911.

Address Šeteniai, Kėdainiai District
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Town Hall

The former Kėdainiai Town Hall was rebuilt from a two-storey masonry in 1653-1654.

Address Didžioji str. 1, Kėdainiai

International Jazz Festival "Broma Jazz"

In August, Kėdainiai Old Town is filled with the sounds of jazz and jazz lovers.

Address Kėdainiai

Minaret

The current Kėdainiai town park is the former Kėdainiai manor homestead.

Address S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno str. 5, Kėdainiai

Sacral-historical complex in Paberžė

For a long time, Paberžė was known as a place of pilgrimage, due to the fact that its priest was a Capuchin monk Algirdas Mykolas Dobrovolskis – Father Stanislovas.

Address Paberžė, Kėdainiai District
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