St. Joseph's Church

Kėdainiai, Lithuania

The wooden St. Joseph's Church was built in 1766. It was originally part of the Carmelites monastery, but the monastery was closed in 1832. Later the church was used as a barracks, but restored to worship use in last years.

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Founded: 1766
Category: Religious sites in Lithuania

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Angelina Neimontiene (4 years ago)
Pati gražiausia medinė bažnyčia
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