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This large church stands grand with its interesting round rooftops. It looks impressive on the banks of the river but inside a little plainer compared to its neighbours.
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06 July, 2017.
I was walking all around the Old Town of Vilnius, and came across
this rather imposing structure which looked like an Orthodox
Church (and indeed, was one). This is close to the artist's area
of Uzupis, and the Bernardine and St. Anne...More
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