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This is one of the most striking and recognisable landmarks in all of Kaunas – a stately Neo-Byzantine church, located at the east end of Laisvės Avenue, that was originally a Russian Orthodox Church built for the troops garrisoned at the Kaunas Fortress.
This is one of the most striking and recognisable landmarks in all of Kaunas – a stately Neo-Byzantine church, located at the east end of Laisvės Avenue, that was originally a Russian Orthodox Church built for the troops garrisoned at the Kaunas Fortress. It was designed by Russian architects and decorated by artists from St. Petersburg. In the 19th century, Soboras was transformed into a Catholic church named after Archangel Michael.

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