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“small, but ornate”
Review of St. Anne's Church

St. Anne's Church
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Reviewed August 31, 2012

it's a great little catholic cathedral that is extremely unusual on the outside and very much a jewel box on the inside. Worth 15 minute visit.

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Reviewed August 15, 2012

One of Vilnius's architectural masterpieces, the gothic St. Anne's Church is a must see when visiting the old town.

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Reviewed July 20, 2012

This church has a little history or tale tale of its making. The exterior is different from most of the churches not in its style but of its composition of all brick. I think it adds to the Gothic style.

The church like many in Vilnius is a fully functional church.

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Reviewed July 13, 2012

Great place for a photo or 3... Small coffee shop just next door for a decent double espresso

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Reviewed July 11, 2012

Just as I arrived two or three bricks from the right ornate tower tracery fell to the paving and shattered. There were two tour groups visiting and many passersby and no one flinched. Must be a pretty common occurrance.

St. Anne's is a part of the Bernadine Friary and is the oldest of the structures. It is a small Gothic church with fabulously ornate unglazed brick tracery. The interior baroque chapel is small but beautiful.

Next to St Anne's and connected to it is St. Francis's Church. On the outside it is a curious mash up of Gothic and baroque architecture and has a plain late Gothic interior. The plan is three very high narrow bays with groin arches. The altars are all of ornately carved wood. The walls are painted with early biblical scenes which are badly faded.

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