Mystic days break above the mounds - morning fogs coat everything from sacred groves to the old burial places in Kernavė. Situated in the legendary Pajauta Valley, it was the medieval capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the last European pagan capital. The area is abundant with various cultural, historical, and archaeological monuments dating back to the late Palaeolithic Period. During such mornings one can almost feel the spirits of ancestors breathing behind one's shoulder. Spectacular stone altars on bald mounds still gather neo-pagan communities to light the sacred fires.