Liskiava Church

Liškiava, Lithuania

Since the second half of 16th century until 1624 Liškiava church belonged to Protestants. In 1677 a wooden church was rebuilt, and in 1697 the entire town was donated to the Dominican Order. In 1699–1741 a Dominican monastery and in 1704–1720 a brick Holy Trinity church was built in the town. After the partitions of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1795, it was forbidden to accept new monks to the monastery. Since 1852 monastery was reconstructed into living quarters and parsonage. After World War II the building became a school. 1947–1977 it was a recreational base of sartorial factory Lelija.

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2518, Liškiava, Lithuania
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Founded: 1704-1720
Category: Religious sites in Lithuania

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Sigitas Lazickas (10 months ago)
Ok
Karolis Kubilius (2 years ago)
You can find some mummies under the church! ⛪️
Virginia Batuleviciute (3 years ago)
Beautiful church with great acoustic, worth a visit.
Tomasso Da Nille (3 years ago)
Super nice place. I liked the inside the most. Looked very rich
Marius Dirgela (4 years ago)
Very authentic interiors. Magnificent site.
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