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  2. Zarasai - Wikipedia

    Zarasai manor was mentioned in written sources at the end of the 15th century and in 1522 Zarasai was recorded as a small town. In 1598, Zarasai was termed a volost. In 1613, Zarasai was marked on a map of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, with the place-name written in Polish as Jeziorosa. By 1669, the town had a population of over 300.

  3. THE 10 BEST Things to Do in Zarasai - 2023 (with Photos ...

    Great place, great lake for wild swimming, great cable system and obstacles. Plenty of activities for children. 6. Independence Monument Zarasai. 1. Monuments & Statues. By NYU62. There is also, a Tomb to the Unknown Soldier. Near this low fenced in area, is an information board and map, showing...

  4. Zarasai - Lithuania

    Zarasai could be called a paradise, the city rising above water and forests. This resort area offers picturesque landscapes, safe and peaceful pine forests, and more than three hundred lakes in the whole region of Zarasai.It is a perfect place with fa

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    Zarasai is small town surrounded by seven lakes. Arriving at Zarasai, you enter the paradise located in the hills, lakes and forests, which has long been known as the Swiss state of Lithuania. The memory of the ancient Celtic culture is reflected by the striking location names. The name of the city of Zarasai is an old Baltic word – one of ...

  6. Zarasai District Municipality - Wikipedia

    Zarasai (pop. 5,947) Website. www .zarasai .lt. Zarasai District Municipality is one of 60 municipalities in Lithuania. It borders with Latvia and Belarus . It has significant Russian minority population in Lithuania, with sixth of the population claiming Russian ethnicity.

  7. Zarasai - Jewish Virtual Library

    Zarasai. ZARASAI (under the czarist regime Novoaleksandrovsk ), city in N.E. Lithuania. In independent Lithuania the city was first called Ežerenai and was a district center. In 1838 there were 146 Jews there, among them five merchants; by 1847 the number of Jews had risen to 453. The town's geographic position, near Dvinsk ( *Daugavpils ), on ...

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