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Sts. Peter & Paul's Church (Sv. Apastalu Petro ir Povilo Baznycia)

Antakalnio g. 1, Vilnius 10312, Lithuania
234 02 29
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Antakalnio g. 1, Vilnius 10312, Lithuania
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The outside of the church might be not so amazing. But the inside is a whole another talk. The architecture of inside the church is just amazing. One of the most beautiful churches even in the whole Europe.

Thank Justinas G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

If you see only one church this one is pretty spectacular. Go earlier when the sun is shining. At 3:30pm I could still make out the stunning ceiling but it would have very during the day.

Thank Shelia S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Do not get apprehensive by seeing the exterior of the church. It is truly stunning from inside. The workmanship & intricacy of the work inside is truly outstanding. Interesting aspects like the crystal ship chandelier, the scull murals near the entrance ceiling etc makes it...More

Thank Shibac701
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Art historians often call Vilnius a city of Baroque, mainly due to numerous Italian Baroque churches whose towers dominate the city skyline. And the Church of St. Peter & Paul (17th C.) is a real Pearl of Baroque, fascinating by its ornate INTERIOR décor and...More

Thank Vilija T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

From out side it’s seem just ordinary Baroque church in some Balkan city but when we entered this place, we just overwhelmed with the structure and the sculptures. The Baroque style of architecture in its finest. Some are still colorful like in many Baroque church...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This church is beautiful, a must see. It’s out of old town but very walkable - maybe 15 minutes from old town. The details are amazing, it’s all white and just spectacular.

Thank sillychitterchatter
Reviewed October 12, 2017

I don't think Ive been into many other churches that have been quite so over the top baroque. Not an undecorated inch left. No wonder it took 30 years to build. Quite surprising and glad we found it.

Thank Penny G
Reviewed October 5, 2017 via mobile

The carvings and statues inside the church are very ornate, and somehow survived the Soviet rule when Lithuania was part of the Soviet Union.

Thank clairmontjeff
Reviewed October 5, 2017

A bit of a walk out of the centre of town but lovely church. A wedding was going on while we were there. It has a beautiful ceiling and is very attractive inside

Thank Hevsy
Reviewed October 4, 2017 via mobile

On the outside this looks like a fairly plain and unassuming church and consequently I didn't have many expectations for when I got inside. But what an amazing interior this church has. Simply breathtaking to see such beauty, intricate detail and stucco work throughout. A...More

Thank SophieL_10
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Response from SE s | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I did not check the times I think its open during day time