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Pazaislis Monastery, Kaunas

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
Pažaislis monastery and church form the largest monastery complex in Lithuania, and the most magnificent example of Italian Baroque architecture in the country. It is situated in the Petrašiūnai elderate of Kaunas, Lithuania, on a peninsula in the Kaunas Reservoir near the Kaunas Yacht Club.
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  • This is one of two surviving Lithuania monasteries and churches ensembles. The most important element of the ensemble - the church. Pažaislis church and monastery built in the seventeenth and eighteen...  read more »
  • It is about 10 minutes by car from the Centre of Kaunas and is situated in a beautiful natural setting. The facility is very nice and especially the interior features beautiful frescoes. You can visit at the entrance to the crypt where the monks were buried. It has a beautiful garden, you cannot take pictures: observe this rule!
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  • We were lucky people - we listen in open air near this monastery to a concert. First we walk around the monastery - quiet, not many people, good foothpath.... 
  • An old monastery worth seeing. A small fee for entrance onto the grounds is required, a guide is available
  • Gražiausias vienuolynas Kaune.
  • an applied to places in terms of memory today - giving the feeling of silence and closeness to God me after many years -.
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  • Beautiful place, next to the Lake. Hotel and restaurant in the complex.
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  • Very nice nun explained us the monastery
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