A monument to the signatorium V. Miron (1880-1953) in the birthplace in the Kuodiškiai village, Pandėlys eldership. A priest, a founder of Lithuanian primary schools in the Vilnius region, a member of the Lithuanian Science Society, a Vice-Chairman of the Lithuanian Council, a member of the Lithuanian Nationalists Union, the chairman of its High Council, member of the Seimas, Chief of Defense Chaplain, and Prime Minister. Three times arrested and interrogated by the Soviet occupation authorities in 1947.

Sentenced he died on October 17, 1953 in Vladimir’s prison, buried in a prison cemetery (Russia).

Address & Contact

Our Address



56.088233527691, 25.283505328478