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Pity that it's pretty far away from the old town, we took a Taxify to get there and it was perfect. Pity also that they were doing some work but I guess March is not really the best time to visit, they'll probably get everything...More
I have been to many churches, basilicas and cathedrals but generally a lot are not memorable or particularly stand out, this one did however, i have never been to a church with so many statues carved into the roof and walls. truly amazing
Take a slow stroll from Cathedral Square to the Antakalnis district of Vilnius, and see the incredible 2000+ stuccos of this former monastery. Photos of a visit from Pope John-Paul in 1993 are proudly displayed at the entrance. Beautiful
Frescoes and ornate Baroque from the 17th century and although war has destroyed the structure and or parts of the church over the years, the last church stands in its unique beauty. We visited a number of churches in the Baltics and St. Peter and...More
The exterior of this church stands out for its architecture. Reminiscent of Italianate design, Sts Peter and Paul has high towers, is sandy yellow and is trimmed in white; while maroon tile roofing completes the picture. As striking as its exterior is, it's the interior...More