Šlapaberžė (formerly Polish: Szłapoburże, Szłapoberże, Szłapoberż, Szłapobierże, Ludwików, Russian: Шлапоберже) is a village in Kėdainiai district municipality, in Kaunas County, in central Lithuania. According to the 2011 census, the village has a population of 616 people. The village is located by the Kruostas river, 7 km from Akademija. There is the Catholic church of Christ, a former manor with a park, a wayside chapel.
Šlapaberžė was mentioned by the first time in 1371, when it came under the Teutonic Order ride. At the 18th century it was a royal village.
During the Soviet era Šlapaberžė was a kolkhoz and selsovet center. There was an agriculture school.
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