Woolf’s Fresh Water Spring
In a dense, mossy forest of Dzūkija (Southern Lithuania), mother nature created a fresh water spring that received Woolf’s name. A spectator will be fascinated by the tranquillity of its surroundings, the banks overgrown with fern, decomposing trees with lichen growing over them, and the emerald greenery. This spring of such hypnotic beauty starts in the Norkūnai forest, in the district of Lazdijai. It has the status of a hydrogeological monument of nature, and is considered one of the most valuable protected objects of landscape in Lithuania. Stop by to admire this fresh water spring and be awed.