Vyžuonėlių Manor on the bank of Vyžuona River in 1879 bought by General Vladimir Veroyovkin, who named him "Blagodat" (Russian blessing). In this manor, the artist started his daughter's journey with Mariana Veriovkina (1960-1938), a Russian-born German avant-garde painter. Until now, the Vyžuonėliai Manor Park, a wooden dwelling house, decorated with ornamented carvings, farm buildings (carmel, stables, claws, etc.) has survived. The studio of Marianne Veriovkina survived - the only one in Lithuania in the nineteenth century. painter's studio building.