Nida

Church of the Holy Virgin Mary

  Taikos 17      (+370) 68 60 99 67     11 Apr 2019
Consecrated on June 14, 2003 and the work of local architects Ričardas Krištapavičius and Algimantas Zaviša, the first Catholic church to be built on the Curonian Spit is predominantly wooden and has a unique thatched reed roof. The church’s vast bell came from a foundry in Poland and is engraved with a mixed blessing of locally inspired prose and Psalm 90:17 in its entirety.

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