Kurkliai Wooden Synagogue

The Kurkliai Wooden Synagogue was built in 1936 in a style that combines a traditional synagogue layout with expressionist elements. A storage place since the Second World War, the synagogue was completely abandoned in the 1990s.

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Vilnius Cathedral

The current building of Cathedral Basilica of St Stanislaus and St Ladislaus of Vilnius (or just Vilnius Cathedral) dates from 1783. Throughout the 13th century, the site of the church was disputed between the Catholic Church and the ancient Baltic paganists that owned a temple there. A church was permanently installed in 1387.