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Presidential Palace

The palace has always been representational: rulers, kings and kings-to-be-Napoleon, Stanislaus August Poniatowski, Russian Emperor Alexander I, King of France Louis XVIII and others-used to stay there on their visits to Vilnius [...]

St. Johns’ Church

St. John's Church in Vilnius was consecrated for saints having the name John. The first church was built soon after the Christianization of Lithuania in 1387 [...]

Alumnatas Courtyard

The buildings surrounding Alumnatas Courtyard held the papal spiritual seminary in the period from 1582 to 1798 [...]

“Republic of Užupis”

The artists' community of Užupis (beyond the river) district of Vilnius has its own "Republic of Užupis" with a Constitution and holidays [...]

Sapieha Estate and Park

Between the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul and Antakalnis Cemetery there is a large plot of land with remnants of the 17th-century noble estate by the great Hetman of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Casimir Sapieha the Younger (1637-1720) who built a palace on this site in 1691 [...]

The Trakai Peninsula Castle

Lithuanian Grand Duke Kęstutis (1345-1377 & 1381-11382) begin building the Trakai Peninsula Castle in the mid-14th century [...]

Island Castle of Trakai

The castle, built on an island in Lake Galvė, is a unique Gothic defensive complex, able to be reached only by bridge, and which was never overtaken by enemies [...]

Vileišis Estate

Vileišis estate is located at Antakalnio St. 4, across the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul [...]