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St. Joseph’s Church

  Radvilų 10      (+370) 34 76 09 62     22 Mar 2019
Halted under local protest for over half a century, construction of the 18th-century St. Joseph’s Church was only completed in 1766, 63 years after the Carmelites who built it first settled in the town. An imposing wooden structure with a free-standing bell tower, with the exception of some fine examples of religious folk art, the interior is relatively plain but worth a look at all the same.

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