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Užunvėžių holy Mery church.
Lithuania

Thats a small village church build in Rationalism and Historicism architectural style according to wikipedia. It has a very nice path leading up the hill and to the church. It was finally build in 1940, architect Karolis Reisonas. Its quite a big wooden church, though I liked the path leading to it better then church itself :)

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