Millstone Museum in Pasvalys
A collection of an ethnographer Antanas Stapulionis – 66 bowl-shaped stones and 300 different millstones – is located in the town Pasvalys, at crossroads of Streets Lėvens and Kalno. In the 16 ares outdoor exposition there are also exhibited stone landmarks of holdings and parts of mill equipment. It took nearly three decades to collect and describe all the exhibits. The largest in the set is more than 1 meter wide bowl-shaped stone, and the smallest has a diameter only of 20 cm.