Address. Aštrioji Kirsna village, Budvietis n.
Kirsna name is of Jotvingian origin, meaning the black river. Aštrioji Kirsna was referred in documents in the 16th century, together with the King Sigismund III. This manor is among the largest in Dzūkija: it includes 19 buildings and a park. The building architecture features stylistic details of classicism, romanticism and other historical periods. Aštrioji Kirsna ensemble is distinctive among other Lithuanian manors of the 19th century by its original composition of representative and household/manufacture parts (character of enclosed yards) with a former maximally developed water body system and abundance of park elements – sightseeing hills. The manor boasts its famous residents, Lithuanian nobility: Sapieha, Karenga, Lukoszewicz families. In the first half of the 19th century the manor had a limekiln, brickyard, sawmill, distillery, mill. Currently it is being restored and adapted