Res Sacra Miser Church
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Condition after World War II
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The Res Sacra Miser Church was built in 1663 on the site of a formerly gigantic magnate’s residence. Even today, the building hardly resembles a church building. Only the crosses on the two roof peaks suggest that this is indeed a spiritual institution.
Since the 90s, the church has been used by several denominations. In addition to the Catholic rite, masses are also held here for Anglicans and for believers of the Armenian Catholic Church. Less frequently, one can also attend Lithuanian masses.