Jašiūnai Manor is the neoclassical manor in Jašiūnai, Šalčininkai district of Lithuania, near River Merkys.
The manor palace, designed by a famous architect Karol Podczaszyński, commissioned by the rector of the Imperial University of Vilna, Jan Śniadecki was built in 1824–1828, along with supporting buildings and a manor park.
The manor had been a cultural center in the early 19th century. For a time, it was a residence of Juliusz Słowacki, who had been frequently visited by Adam Mickiewicz and Tomasz Zan.
Address Parko gatvė, Jašiūnai 17038, Lithuania
Coordinates 54°26'0.653" N 25°17'57.087" E