subdivision_type = Country
subdivision_name = LTU
map_caption = Location of Seredžius
settlement_type = town
official_name = Seredžus
image_caption = John the Baptist church in Seredžius
subdivision_name1 = Autolink|Samogitia
subdivision_name2 = Autolink|Tauragė County
subdivision_name3 = Autolink|Jurbarkas district municipality
subdivision_name4 = Seredžius elderate
established_date = 1363|established_title=First mentioned
population_total = 749
website = [a]
Seredžius is a town on the banks of the
Neman Riverin Lithuania.
The Palemon hill
mound, is the site of a 13th century hillfortand has a spectacular view of the Neman valley.The neo-renaissance John the Baptistchurch was built in 1913. A palace of the Tyszkiewiczfamily, called the Belvedere, was constructed nearby the town.
It is the birthplace of
Al Jolson, the famous U.S. entertainer.
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