6 km. from Tauragė towards Tilžė (Sovetsk), in Požerūnai village, turning the old road to the southeast, we approach the Ežeruona stream. Next to the dilapidated bridge over the stream stands a concrete monument dating back to 1812. a two-generals contract. On December 30, 1812 near Tauragė, at the Požerūnai mill, a convention was signed between Napoleon's ally, Lieutenant General H. York, Commander of the Prussian Army Corps, and Major General I. Dibič of the Russian Army. This convention made Tauragė famous in Europe. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Convention, 1912. a granite monument was built. 1944 in the fall, Soviet soldiers blew up the monument. 1976-1977 another concrete monument was created in Požerūnai village on the shore of Ežeruona, next to the place where the witness of the historical event stood.