The most peaceful and rarely visited place here is a timeworn small graveyard or maybe a former manor graveyard, mysterious, cloaked by old trees, framed by the riverbed of the Sandrava rivulet, and magically surrounded by the mossy stone ring. There are some burial places still extant with the surnames of the Astrauskai, former Pasandravis manor owners, written in Polish. This small graveyard is introduced as the graveyard of participants of the 1863 Uprising. Maybe, it is due to the fact that the inscription on one of the obelisks has a record about Aleksandras Ostrovskis being a veteran of that rebellion.