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St. Casimir's Church (Sv. Kazimiero Baznycia)

Didzhioji g. 34, Vilnius 01128, Lithuania
212 17 15
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Didzhioji g. 34, Vilnius 01128, Lithuania
212 17 15
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Reviewed 11 December 2017

church is in restauration process but has awesome acoustics which was great to hear the choir and organ concert this sunday thanks

Thank adisternberg
Reviewed 20 November 2017

Vilnius is filled with totally gorgeous churches, dotting the landscape everywhere you look. This church is typical of the many churches in its overwhelming beauty; and it's so easy to find. In fact you can't miss this lovely huge peach church....named for the patron saint...More

Thank asongbird
Reviewed 11 November 2017 via mobile

In this area is the most area with many beautiful church, from this St. Casimir to the holly trinity and the gate of Maria, all influenced by Baroque style of Architecture. Inside the church is very beautiful as well with typical Baroque church in Europe....More

Thank faozanrizal
Reviewed 11 October 2017

This church is an amazing work of art in the Lithuanian capital! Highly recommend for all to enjoy!!!

Thank JaxConNon
Reviewed 7 September 2017

This is a nice representation of Baroque architecture. It also has an excellent organ of which I heard a free concert. A must see/hear.

Thank vileniskis
Reviewed 1 September 2017

The church itself is well maintained and doesn't show its age, but the crypt below was the more interesting part. There we saw some original wall paintings and a relic that was a piece of bone of the saint.

Thank cinbkk
Reviewed 30 August 2017

"Church of St Casimir" has had a very chequered religious history. This was the first Baroque church in Vilnius built by the Catholic Jesuit priests with its foundation stone laid in 1604.This church suffered a great deal from wars and fires.In the 18th century its...More

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Reviewed 28 August 2017

This was not on my list to visit but finding it on my way I couldn’t resist the beauty of the outside and had to look inside. I understand that it is the oldest baroque church in Vilnius. It is certainly lovely, Well done for...More

Thank Lavarcham
Reviewed 18 August 2017

In Soviet times this church was converted to become a museum to atheism - such were the strange ironies of the Soviet mind . Now it is still a museum but of itself and its history as a religious building . It doesn't yet seem...More

Thank Mark Benjamin L
Reviewed 6 August 2017

6 July, 2017. My first walk through the Old Town in Vilnius took me through one of the most exquisite churches close to the Gates of Dawn, St. Casimir's Church (which was unfortunately closed in those early hours of the day, please pardon the pun...More

Thank sumantra_travel
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