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Vilnius Cathedral Royalty Free Stock Photo
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Vilnius, Lithuania, Eastern Europe. Evening Night Panorama Of Bell Tower Belfry, Cathedral Basilica Of St. Stanislaus Royalty Free Stock Photo
Cathedral Square in the evening, Vilnius. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Cathedral of the Pure Mother of God. Vilnius, Lithuania. Royalty Free Stock Photo
The Cathedral of Vilnius
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Statue of st John on St. Stanislaus and St Ladislaus cathedral in Vilnius Royalty Free Stock Photo
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The Cathedral of Vilnius is the main Roman Catholic Cathedral of Lithuania. It is situated in Vilnius Old Town, just off of Cathedral Square. Dedicated to Saints Stanislaus and Ladislaus, the church is the heart of Catholic spiritual life in Lithuania. The coronations of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania took place within its confines. Inside its crypts and catacombs are buried many famous people from Lithuanian and Polish history including Vytautas 1430, his wife Anna 1418, his brother Sigismund Žygimantas 1440, his cousin Švitrigaila 1452, Saint Casimir 1484, Alexander Jagiellon 1506, and two wives of Sigismund II Augustus: Elisabeth of Habsburg 1545 and Barbara Radziwiłł 1551. The heart of the Polish king Władysław IV Vasa was buried there upon his death, although the rest of his body is buried at the Wawel Cathedral in Kraków.


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