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Zervynos
Lithuania

Zervynos is an ethnographic village in the Varėna district, Lithuania. It is situated within the territory of the Dzūkija National Park near the Ūla River. The Saint Petersburg – Warsaw Railway runs through this village. Zervynos has 48 homesteads; 8 homesteads and 32 separate buildings are officially declared ethnographic monuments. The village was among the sites short-listed for nomination for the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Though the village is isolated by Dainava Forest, it is a busy place during summer as tourists kayaking in the Ūla River pass through the settlement. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zervynos

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