Vente Cape, Silute
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Ventė Cape is a headland in Nemunas Delta, located in Šilutė district, Lithuania. It is known as a rest place for many birds during their migrations, particularly the autumn migration. One of the first bird ringing stations in Europe, still in operation, was opened here by Tadas Ivanauskas in 1929.The Cape, being in the former Memel Territory, was part of Germany until 1919. The Teutonic Knights erected a castle here, called Windenburg, but it no longer exists. There is an 11-metre-high lighthouse, built in 1863 during the Prussian period, though currently it is not in use.Arrange your visit to Vente Cape and discover more family-friendly attractions in Silute using our Silute trip builder.
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This area is peaceful and beautiful, and great for wildlife watching. At the tip of the peninsula is a famous bird ringing station where you can (at certain times of the year) see ornithologists catch... read more »
So, this place is amazing! Only if you like nature, of course. Ventės ragas is the biggest bird catching and ringing base in Europe, also there is a light house, a breakwater and a cool nature (Kuršių... read more »
Si trova sul delta del Nėris. Il molo è basso e si trova sulla laguna. Il paesaggio è molto suggestivo! Si può anche salire sul faro per una vista migliore.Located on the delta of Nėris. The pier is low and is on the lagoon. The scenery is very impressive! You can also climb the lighthouse for a better view.show original
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