A fine church in the centre of Vilnius, great architecture, definitely worth taking the time for a visit
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This is a late mediaeval church built in the 16th cent by friars. It is hidden behind the church of St Anne.,
We saw photos of this church on several publications on Vilnius so we had to stop. On a beautiful tree lined street, very imposing. Simple and serene inside. Worth seeing.
Easily confused with St. Anne’s, the Bernardine Church is the one behind. It is a bit further away from the road. It's worth stopping if you are in the area but I'm not sure it's a destination visit or a must-see if your time is...More
This church is right behind St Ann's church. Unlike St Ann which is gorgeous outside but simple inside, Bernadine church looks very simple outside but stunning inside. Big hall inside is quite ambiance with woodworks and beautiful sculpture works. And the smaller sections on the...More
This church is actually two churches in one. One church was built for locals, the other for foreigners. Each has a distinctive character, very different from each other. Definitely worth a visit.
Magnificent building with a turbulent history. I really enjoyed the beautiful frescos. So close to St Anne's Church nearly mixed them up.
It is difficult to separate the St. Annes and the Bernadine Churches since they are next to each other. They are both beautiful. Sad to think that the Nazis stabled their horses in the sanctuary. Lots of activity these days, the wedding season is upon...More