Žemaitija ethnographic region.

Section 86. Mosėdis – Skuodas.

SEE Worth seeing

Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Mosėdis

One of the most impressive sacred buildings of Lithuanian late Baroque architecture. The oldest surviving church in Skuodas district.

The farmstead of Vaclovas Intas

Vaclovas Intas, a doctor and stone collector, lived in the farmstead from 1957 to 2007.

Kubiliškės mound

Located on the embankment at the confluence of the Bartuva and Opalis rivers. Dated to the beginning of the second millennium.


A town in the northwest of Lithuania at the Latvian border, at the confluence of the Bartuva and Luoba rivers. Called the land of the Curonians. A militant Curonian tribe lived here more than a thousand years ago. It is said that Lithuania starts from Skuodas not only because of its geographical location, but also because of its historical past.

Skuodas Museum

Founded in the premises of Skuodas Manor. The museum stores values that reflect the history and culture of Skuodas region. Tel.: +370 44073638

Skuodas City Park

Started in 1968, expanding the preserved fragments of Skuodas Manor park. There is a “Health Trail” on the side of the park, decorated with wooden sculptures created by folk masters.

Monument to the memory of the suffering of the Nation

The work symbolically gives meaning to the history of the people of Lithuania and the Skuodas region.

Skuodas St. Trinity Church

Neo-Romanesque style church built of stone masonry. There is a stone bell tower in the church cemetery.

Masonry Cross Chapel

Chapel in memory of the first Catholic missions in Skuodas.

Skuodas Evangelical Lutheran Church

Built in 1821, the founder of it was Count Jonas Kazimieras Sapiega. The oldest building in Skuodas.

Monument to Jonas Chodkevičius

A monument to the founder of Skuodas region.