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Top places of worship recommendations from locals

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“One of the city’s most famous landmarks, St. Anne’s has a history that starts with the alleged construction in the 14th century of a wooden house of worship on this spot in honour of Ona, the wife of Vytautas the Great.”
  • 39 locals recommend
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“Even if you are not religious- Its so worth it to walk around the beautiful Cathedral square. ”
  • 20 locals recommend
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“St Peter and Paul’s Church is a masterpiece of the 17th-century. Baroque famous for its exceptional interior where one can see about 2,000 stucco figures.”
  • 7 locals recommend
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“One of the pavement tiles in the Cathedral Square (between the Cathedral and the belfry) is decorated with the word “stebuklas” (“miracle”) in coloured letters. Should you want to make a wish come true then you must stand on the tile, make your wish and turn round 360 degrees.”
  • 6 locals recommend
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“Go to the tower for nice city views, advantage is that it has an elevator :)”
  • 6 locals recommend
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“Authentic concert venue operating in a beautiful church. It has a magical vibe and really impressive acoustics!”
  • 6 locals recommend
Church
“Building saw through being a church, orthodox​ church, museum of atheism and back to being a church”
  • 3 locals recommend
Cemetery
“For the one who love hanging around old cemeteries this one is a must. Very picturesque cemetery spread over hilly area.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Church
“The Church of St. Nicolas is the oldest church in Lithuania. Its Gothic features have been preserved almost unchanged. During the last years of paganism in Lithuania, the Church of St. Nicolas was built by a German community living in Vilnius.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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  • 1 local recommends
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“BERNARDINE CHURCH. A full name of the Church is the Church of St Francis from Assisi (Bernardine). In case of need the building could have been used not only for prayer but also for defence. This is testified to by 19 aleois in the northern façade. In the times of the Soviet occupation the Church was closed down and converted into a warehouse. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“The Battle of Wilkomierz (see other names) took place on September 1, 1435, near Ukmergė in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. With the help of military units from the Kingdom of Poland, the forces of Grand Duke Sigismund Kęstutaitis soundly defeated Švitrigaila and his Livonian allies. The battle was a decisive engagement of the Lithuanian Civil War (1432–38). Švitrigaila lost most of his supporters and withdrew to southern Grand Duchy; he was slowly pushed out and eventually made peace. The damage inflicted upon the Livonian Order has been compared to the damage of Battle of Grunwald upon the Teutonic Order.[2] It was fundamentally weakened and ceased to play a major role in Lithuanian affairs.”
  • 1 local recommends
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  • 1 local recommends
Synagogue
  • 1 local recommends