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The Užpelkiai Botanical–Zoological Reserve

One of the oldest nature reserves, which is distinguished by a great diversity of flora and fauna. Its value is the piles of stones, two of which have been declared natural monuments: the Pile of Stones (Tučkinės rūža) and the Devil's Road (Paežerio, Pelenio rūža). The largest lake in Tytuvėnai Regional Park – Gauštvinis (126 ha) is located in the reserve.


The river in Šiauliai and Kelmė districts, which flows through Kiaunoriai and flows into Gauštvinis lake in the Užpelkiai Botanical–Zoological Reserve.

Kiaunoriai Oak

Centuries-old oak is a state-protected monument.

Kiaunoriai St. Joseph's Church

 A church standing on a very high hill. Interesting architecture with Gothic and Renaissance style features.

Dubysa river

One of the most beautiful rivers in Lithuania, loved by water sports enthusiasts. River loops and furrows, forested slopes, watery and fast tributaries flowing through deep valleys form a distinctive ecosystem rich in plant and animal species.

Dengtiltis water mill

At the beginning of the 19th century a bridge with a thatched roof was built over Dubysa at the site where the Dengtilis water mill now stands. It is said that the name of the place is derived from it.

Stone educational trail

Visitors to the trail will see a rock, clay and sand embankment formed by the retreating ice age with boulders, sculptural expositions and stone installations on the surface.

Kiaunoriai manor

The homestead of the former manor, built on a hill with beautiful views of the surroundings, is a valuable example of wooden architecture.