Pandėlys Manor and Park (Pandėlio sen.). The Pandėlys estate is already known from the time of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. In the 17th century, Pandėlys estate belonged to the Rajeckai, later owners kept changing. The buildings of the manor have not survived, only a 5.4 ha manor park has, and although having lost its primeval view, it is pleasing the eyes with maple and linden avenues, spectacular elm trees, thick oaks, sycamore maples, and green ashes. The park was established by M. Koscelkovskis in the first half of the 19th century in Italy’s Romantic style, arranged in squares connected by gravel paths. The park was decorated with a driveway. The carp was buried were bred in the pond, and during the holidays the courtiers sailed an ornate gondola.