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The principal Catholic church in the area, with roots that go back hundreds of years, the church has been visited by Pope John Paul II, among others. Nice decorations inside, including a picture of the Madonna supposedly venerated by Jews and Muslims, as well as...More
It is about 10 to 15 min walk from the castle which is the main attraction of the village. You can take a walk along the lake. This walk is quiet and calming, very different from the castle area. You approach the church from behind...More
It is a traditional baroque church similar to many chuches in Vilnius region. Since it is located on a hill, it looks amazingly from the bottom. It is also well known for its painting of Mary in the central altar which was one of the...More
Trakai was the medieval capital of Lithuania and so the first church was the Church of Nativity of the most Holy Mother of God. It surrounds very old traditional houses, a pretty postcard picture scene. The neighborhood includes the Chocolate house great for coffees and...More
The over 600 year old church standing out in he centre of Trakai among the small coloured wooden houses.
Is to be said the oldest church in Lithuania.
In the garden of the church you can find a St. John Paul II, a Good Pastor...More