Vilnius Cathedral SquareVilnius , Lithuania
The Vilnius Cathedral is an important part of Lithuanian cultural heritage. During its long history, the place has been destroyed and reconstructed countless times, and today it proudly stands in the hert of the city and is the center of all festivities – be it religious, ethnic or national.
The Cathedral itself holds many secrets, with numerous ancient written sources hint that the placed served as a pagan temple dedicated to the Thunder God Perkunas, before the building of the church in the thirteenth century.
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The Catherdral is surrounded by the Catherdral Square, which served as a location of the defense wall, towers and the Bishop’s Palace. Nowadays, the Square is full of life day and night, with tourists and locals alike, couples, bikers and skaters enjoying the captivating view of one of this beautiful cathedral and the equally gorgeous square. The square hosts countless events, concerts, festivals and celebrations.