About St Peter and St Paul Church – Vilnius
St Peter and St Paul Church in Lithuania’s capital, Vilnius was built in the latter half of the seventeenth century.
Its founder, Hetman Mykolas Kazimieras Pacas, intended the church to mark the city’s liberation from Russia.
With its thousands of stucco figures and beautiful interior, St Peter and St Paul Church is considered to be a fine example of Baroque architecture.
Vilnius Cathedral has been the site of coronations and is the burial site of many prominent Lithuanians.
The Church of St Anne is a beautiful gothic-style church in Vilnius’ UNESCO-listed old town.
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