The old town of the Lithuanian capital Vilnius has an area of 360 hectares and is one of the largest and best preserved in Europe! Since 1994 the old Town is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Many architectural styles have left their mark, especially the Baroque, but also Gothic and Renaissance.
The Cathedral of Vilnius (situated in Old Town) is the main Roman Catholic Cathedral of Lithuania. There beats the heart of Catholic spiritual life in Lithuania. During the communist regime the cathedral was converted into a warehouse. In 1989 the status as a cathedral was restored.
St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church is a Roman Catholic church located in the Antakalnis neighbourhood of the city. Its interior has masterful compositions of stucco mouldings and is considered a Lithuanian Baroque masterpiece.
Lithuanian National Philharmony
Lithuanian National Drama Theatre
St. Casimir’s church is one of the finest Baroque churches in Vilnius, although it also displays Gothic and Renaissance elements.
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