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St. Anne's Church
Unquestionably one of the city’s most famous landmarks, and quite rightly so, St. Anne’s has a history that starts with the alleged construction in...
Gates of Dawn
Aušros Vartų 14
Completed in 1522, the Gates of Dawn (or Sharp Gate (Ostra Brama) as it’s known to the Poles) is the only remaining gate from the city’s original...
All Saints Church
Originally constructed in the 1620s with massive dimensions, an elaborate interior and a spacious Carmelite monastery behind it, these days All...
Bernardine Church & Monastery
Once forming part of the city’s original defensive walls and constructed on the site of an earlier wooden church dating from the middle of the 15th...
Cathedral-Basilica of St. Stanislaus & St. Ladislaus
The most important Catholic building in Lithuania, Vilnius Cathedral as it’s more commonly known was first built in 1251 by newly converted Grand...
Church of St. Raphael the Archangel
The twin-towered church that overlooks the Green Bridge was built in the Baroque style at the start of the 18th century by the Jesuits, together with...
Church of Sts. Michael & Constantine
J. Basanavičiaus 27
Built in 1913 at the very end of tsarist rule within the city as part of the 300th anniversary celebrations of the Romanov Dynasty, this rather...
Church of Sts. Philip and Jacob
Vasario 16-osios 10
Church of the Ascension of the Lord
Its two towers dominating the landscape from a hilltop above Maironio Street and Užupis, this 18th-century Baroque church has a far more striking...
Church of the Holy Cross
S. Daukanto 1
On the other side of the Presidential Palace from the university, this charming little church’s history dates back to 1543 and the building of a...
Church of the Holy Mother of God
Originally dating back to the middle of the 14th century, this slightly unusual-looking church which also functions as the city’s Russian Orthodox...
Church of the Holy Spirit
Like many of the city’s churches, the Dominican Church of the Holy Spirit was built on the site of a former wooden house of worship that met a fiery...
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