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Holy Spirit Orthodox Church

Aushros Vartu g. 10, Vilnius 01303, Lithuania
+370 5 212 7765
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  • Average7%
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“latin cross” (2 reviews)
“white walls” (2 reviews)
Aushros Vartu g. 10, Vilnius 01303, Lithuania
+370 5 212 7765
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We tend to pop into any church we come across because we love the architecture & decor. This looks quite plain on the outside, but there's much more interesting stuff going on once you go through the doors. The colour is really vivid & the...More

Thank paulamaximus
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went to visit this church on my last evening and stumbled into a liturgy/service. Apart from this church being a beauty in general it is much more so when illuminated at night by candles and dimmed lights when a liturgy takes place. It is...More

Thank Djarmila1978
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

Orthodox churches are often well worth a visit for the presence of spitituality and devotion. This is a fine example. Richly decorated even if the congretation had to do with malachite green paint not the costly mineral.

Thank kattullus
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Outside looks very simple. But don't be fooled and walk pass it. Inside the church is simply stunning. All the detail works, sculpture and the atmosphere are second to none, in my view. No photo allowed, otherwise I would have shot tons of them.

Thank Chai T
Reviewed 30 August 2017

This Baroque building in the shape of a Latin Cross was constructed in 1638 and later rebuilt in the 18th century after a fire in the building.The religious interior decor of all Russian Orthodox churches are beautiful and this church was no exception.Next to the...More

Thank MumbaiRiders
Reviewed 29 August 2017

This building is a feast for the senses. But more than that, it feels to be a calm and serene haven. The church building is surrounded by a garden and other smaller buildings and seems to be a hub for current believers. It was a...More

Thank Lavarcham
Reviewed 6 August 2017

06/08 July, 2017. The Holy Spirit Orthodox Church at its main entrance, prohibits photography. The interior is characterised by the rich green colour prevading throughout most of the structure. I visited the place on two days, 06 July and 08 July, the first being the...More

Thank sumantra_travel
Reviewed 21 July 2017

This Orthodox Church contains the remains of three holy monks. The vivid green interior decor is startling and the ever sweeping attendant keeps the floor spotless.

Reviewed 16 July 2017

Straight in the heart of Vilnius is this amazing place, full of head covered babushkas sweeping the floors and shining candelabras, monks strolling in the garden, golden icons adorning the green walls, this is so different from western European standards that it made me understand...More

1  Thank Cimmerianbloke
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Very impressive interior, in particular the reredos (behind the altar). The exterior is rather spoiled by scaffolding right now (July 2017).

Thank Jincognito
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