Rokiskis

A lovely northeastern city, rich in history, monuments of cultural value, and beautiful natural landscape.

Rokiskis is a city in northeastern Lithuania with population of about 16,000. Rokiskis was part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania until 1795, when Lithuania was annexed by the Russian Empire. The city started to grow in 1873 when a branch of the Libau–Romny Railway was built which connected Dunaburg/Daugavpils to the east with the ice-free Baltic port of Libau/Liepaja. Its attractions include the lovely historic center, the Rokiskis Manor, and the Regional Museum situated within.
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