Paberžė Manor

The Museum of 1863-1864 Uprising is a unique museum of its kind in Lithuania. The Museum was established by Kėdainiai district municipality in a wooden manor house of the barons Szilings, in 1993. In the middle of the 19th century the remote Paberžė manor became an epicenter of exceptional events. Landlord Stanislovas Šilingas and priest Antanas Mackevičius who both lived there, recorded this place in history of Lithuania and Poland forever.

The modern exposition of the Museum of 1863 Uprising brings into complicated and dramatic events of the 18-19th centuries, allows to see and feel objectives of residents of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania to escape from the tsar Russia grip by power of arms, where they got after the division of Lithuania state.

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