The first church in Palanga was built on the site of the current church in 1540 by none other than Ona Jogailaitė, the Grand Duchess ofMarius Dizaineris Lithuania. Today’s building, a Neo-Gothic beauty that was erected over a century ago, is one of the town’s true treasures. Of particular note are the church’s three marble altars, all of which are decorated with French bas-reliefs. The central altar, meanwhile, boasts a very fine Mary Mother of God, which can be dated back to the 17th century. For braver souls, there is the church tower’s observation platform, which provides spectacular views of the town.