Kalnų parkas/Kalnai park

Kalnų parkas/Kalnai park

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Šis parkas yra šalia Vilniaus senamiesčio, o jį sudaro kelios kalvos:
1) „Trijų kryžių“ (Pilkasis kalnas) ant kurio stovi atstatytas Trijų Kryžių paminklas,
2) „Stalo kalnas“,
3) „Gedimino kapo kalnas“,
4) „Bekešo kalnas“, kuriame 1850 m. palaidotas Kasparas Bekešas.

Parko teritorija ribojasi su Užupiu ir Vilnele.


Kalnai Park (Lithuanian: Kalnų parkas, literally: Park of Hills) is a 24.5-hectare (61-acre) park between the left bank of the Neris River and right bank of the Vilnia River in Vilnius, Lithuania. It lies within the Vilnius Old Town elderate near Gediminas Hill and Gediminas Tower, and is part of the State Cultural Reserve of Vilnius Castles, established in 1997.[1] The park hosts various events, including concerts, political rallies, and sporting competitions. Its name reflects the presence of four prominent hills (kalnai): Crooked Hill, Table Hill, Bekes Hill, and the Hill of Gediminas's Grave.

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