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List of regional parks of Lithuania

 

List of regional parks of Lithuania

Lithuania has 30 regional parks. They were all established in 1992.

# Name Area (km²) Area rank Municipality
1 Anykščiai Regional Park 140.80 10 Anykščiai
2 Asveja Regional Park 109.70 17 Molėtai, Švenčionys, Vilnius
3 Aukštadvaris Regional Park 153.50 7 Trakai, Prienai, Kaišiadorys
4 Biržai Regional Park 140.30 11 Biržai, Pasvalys
5 Dieveniškės Regional Park 87.94 23 Šalčininkai
6 Dubysa Regional Park 89.00 22 Raseiniai, Kelmė
7 Gražutė Regional Park 242.30 4 Zarasai, Ignalina
8 Kaunas Reservoir Regional Park 96.00 21 Kaunas district, Kaišiadorys, Kaunas city
9 Krekenava Regional Park 86.80 25 Panevėžys, Kėdainiai
10 Kurtuvėnai Regional Park 150.90 8 Kelmė, Šiauliai
11 Labanoras Regional Park 553.43 1 Švenčionys, Molėtai, Utena, Ignalina
12 Meteliai Regional Park 177.29 6 Lazdijai, Alytus
13 Nemunas Delta Regional Park 288.70 3 Šilutė
14 Nemunas Loops Regional Park 240.80 5 Prienai, Birštonas, Alytus, Kaišiadorys
15 Neris Regional Park 99.00 19 Vilnius, Elektrėnai, Trakai
16 Pagramantis Regional Park 144.20 9 Tauragė, Šilalė
17 Pajūris Regional Park 58.70 26 Klaipėda district, Palanga, Klaipėda city
18 Panemunių Regional Park 115.63 15 Šakiai, Jurbarkas, Kaunas
19 Pavilniai Regional Park 20.10 30 Vilnius
20 Rambynas Regional Park 45.20 28 Pagėgiai
21 Salantai Regional Park 136.30 13 Kretinga, Skuodas, Plungė
22 Sartai Regional Park 136.50 12 Rokiškis, Zarasai
23 Sirvėta Regional Park 86.80 24 Švenčionys, Ignalina
24 Tytuvėnai Regional Park 114.30 16 Kelmė, Raseiniai
25 Varniai Regional Park 338.00 2 Telšiai, Šilalė, Kelmė
26 Veisiejai Regional Park 122.00 14 Lazdijai
27 Venta Regional Park 106.30 18 Akmenė, Mažeikiai, Šiauliai
28 Verkiai Regional Park 27.31 29 Vilnius city, Vilnius district
29 Vištytis Regional Park 97.00 20 Vilkaviškis
30 Žagarė Regional Park 49.30 27 Joniškis

References

  • State Cadastre of Protected Areas
  • Law on establishing regional parks and reservoirs
  • Regional Parks
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