Along the banks of the Dubysa river valley.

Section 68. Padubysys – Ariogala – Kirkšnovė.

SEE Worth seeing


Čekiškė – a settlement with a historic old town, which has preserved many wooden houses belonging to the Jewish community, as well as a brick synagogue.

Čekiškės sinagoga

Former Jewish synagogue in Čekiškė. The premises are currently unused.

Čekiškė St. Trinity Church

The church in the center of Čekiškė, which was built in 1626 by landowner Jurgis Gedgaudas Mackevičius. The church has the features of classicism.

Gėluva Manor

In the 17th century it was a large manor that belonged to one of the first Lithuanian Calvinist nobles. Some buildings and fragments of the park have been preserved.

Gėluva mound or Birutkalnis

The castle mound is surrounded by the Dubysa valleys. The castle mound dates back to the 1st millennium – the beginning of the 2nd millennium.


Ariogala – one of the oldest towns in Lithuania, known since the 13th century.

Ariogala Square

Main town square with fountain.

Ariogala Song Valley

Song Valley, the ornament of Ariogala, was founded in the Dubysa river valley. Both district and republican events take place here. The road to the valley is decorated with sculptures.

Purvė Park

A picturesque area suitable for relaxation surrounded by nature in the very centre of the town.

Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Ariogala

Historic church in Ariogala, built in 1939.

The Daugirdai Chapel, Ariogala

The chapel in the old cemetery of Ariogala was built in 1850 on the initiative of Stanislovas Daugirdas, the owner of the Plemborg manor.

Chapel for partisans of Ariogala district

Unveiled in 1991, the author - V. Smitrius.

Ariogala spring

The water in this spring is believed to have healing powers.

Kirkšnovė pond

A pond in Raseiniai district, which was formed after the dam of Kirkšnovė river.