Inside Kuliai St. Stanislovas Church
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Inside Kuliai St. Stanislovas Church

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This is Kuliai St. Stanislovas church. It was build in 1750. It was built in classicist style, but because of a lack of a tower, the different kind of style tower was built.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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