Gaigaliai mound

 

The Mound is to the north – east of Gaigaliai village. Exploratory archaeological researches were carried out by the Lithuanian Institute of History in 1969, and in 1971, 1980 archaeologists of scientific methodological conservation of cultural monuments. Cultural layer was found. It was found layered pottery’s splinters with flat, dashed and nipped surface. The findings are stored in the Lithuanian National Museum. The mound has been called “Gaidžiokalnis” or “Gaidžkalnis”  (Rooster’s hill) since ancient times, it is believed that people have heard the rosters crowing on the mound.

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