St. Anne's Church, Vilnius

About St. Anne's Church, Vilnius

St. Anne's Church, Vilnius - Address, Phone Number

Address: Maironio g. 8-1, Vilnius 01124, Lithuania

Phone: +370-69817731

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:30 am - 06:30 pm Details

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The Roman Catholic Church dedicated to St. Anne is one of the most popular and astoundingly beautiful landmarks of Vilnius. Mere words cannot do apt justice to the architectural beauty of the church! Classic Gothic style of architecture is visible in the structure, and its beauty has enamored the likes of Napoleon Bonaparte, who expressed the desire to carry the building in the palm of his hand. Though the original structure was built of wood, numerous fires led to extensive reconstructions and reinforcements, but they only resulted in further beautification of the Church. It would be a crime to miss out this particular attraction in Vilnius!

St. Anne's Church Information

  • Make sure of the opening hours before visiting as church timings vary often.

St. Anne's Church Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.
  • Donations are appreciated.

St. Anne's Church Opening and Closing Hours

  • For Mass timings and other details please ask locally or call before visiting.

How To reach St. Anne's Church by Public Transport

  • Buses 10, 11 and 33 stops at Dailes akademija bus station.
  • Rent or hire a car/taxi.

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  • Small, cute and YOU JUST CANT TAKE YOUR EYES IF IT. I always take visitors here, they love it every single time

  • What a beautiful church, made of bricks in different shapes and sizes. I could stare at this edifice for hours, wish there is a cafe overlooking this marvelous structure.

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  • It looks very delicately and poetically. There is a legend that Napoléon Bonaparte after seeing the church during the Franco-Russian War in 1812, expressed a wish to carry the church home with him to Paris 'in the palm of his hand'.

  • Unique, small, but at the same time so great and beautiful. No wonder why Napoleon wanted to take it back to France.

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