E. F. Andre Park
Works in Lentvaris Manor Park during the Soviet period. Near the Grand Palace.
Works in Lentvaris Manor Park during the Soviet period
Construction of a cascade in the park "Switzerland". Photographed before 1900, National Library in Warsaw, Collection of Rekopis, Z. Potocka, Family Teki. Tyszkiewiczowie, Potoccy, Lubomirscy, Zamoyscy, Warsaw 1973,
The Tyshkevich family in Lentvaris Manor Park
Maria Krystyna Tyshkevich sets out with her children on a horseback ride (Landwarów, 1902); photo from the collection of Zofia Potocka. Near the Park.
Édouard François André (17 July 1840, Bourges - 25 October 1911) La Croix) was a French dendrologist, professor at the French Department of Landscape Architecture, landscape architect and horticulturist. Creator of Lentvaris Manor Park
A path in Lentvaris Manor Park.
Artist Ojaras Mašidlauskas. 2014.
Painting from the exhibition "From Trakai Voke to Lentvaris".
A series of watercolour works reflecting the life of the manor houses of Trakai Voke and Lentvaris, surrounded by architectural heritage. Each work has its own true place and depicts unique memories in the artist's memory. Most of the objects depicted do not even exist anymore. The lightness of the watercolours and the abundance of details encourage one to pause and experience the situations depicted.
The artist, who was not indifferent to the Trakų Vokė Manor and Lentvaris Manor, seemed to be trying to remind people of what they were like, what life was like around them, and in this way, he wanted to show people that the objects can be full of life and action again.
All small details blends with nature
Artificial and natural rocks that create a truly unique and mystical atmosphere
One of the park's most unique features is its artificial and natural rocks, which create a truly enchanting "mountain park" that seems to defy time and space.