Holy Virgin Mary Scapular Church [Švč. Mergelės Marijos Škaplierinės bažnyčia]

The first brick church in Druskininkai was completed in the 1844. Suffering a singularly strange career, the church didn’t get a priest until 1879, and was eventually demolished under puzzling circumstances in 1931, the same year the current church was completed. A red, neo-Gothic beauty, the building was designed by the Polish architect Stefan Szyller (1857-1933). Often only open for Mass, especially during the winter, the inside is fairly unspectacular with the exception of a repeating sequence of classic brick gothic arches throughout.

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Open:

Mass: 18:00, Sat 10:00, Sun 09:00, 10:30, 12:00.

Address:

Vilniaus 1

Phone:

(+370) 313 552 28

City centre location




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