Kavoliškis Manor and Park (Rokiškis old town). XVIII-XX centuries in the first half of the manor belonged to Komarovski, who lived in the old manor house built about 1700 years on high stone bases made of solid pine logs.
At the end of the 18th century, with the advent of Classicism, a portico based on four pillars of columns appeared in the center of the building, and white lacquered outdoor shutters were placed at the windows and doors.
There is a park and a garden lying around the manor house, occupying about an area of l ha. The park and palaces are surrounded by lime-cleared alleys. The gardens of the orchards in the medieval Lithuania were awarded with the Pomona medals. The candy factory and cookie factory “Delicje” belonging to Komarovskiy belonged to Kavoliškis manor. Manor houses traveled to eastern and western Russia. At present, only manor houses and linden alley have survived.
A chapel stands for Kavoliškis hill, a place for the rest of the century, written by Count Zigmantas Leopoldas Komarowski (1865-1920), Polish President Bronislaw Komarowski.