Monday, May 19, 2008

Trinapolis Abbey Church

Trinapolis Abbey Church
The Trinapolis abbey church view from another side of Neris.
History in brief:
built 1704 (wooden);
burnt 1710;
rebuilt 1722 (brick);
closed <1831;
reorganized to orthodox church 1849;
returned to Catholics 1917;
closed 1948 - 1997 06;
(source)
See Trinapolis abbey church on the map.

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Jan's Travel and Tours said...

Nice shot...Trinapolis Abbey Church is really wonderful; the view is really cool and relaxing. Thanks for sharing its history.

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