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Monastery in Kuliai
Lithuania

These are two buildings that were used as a monastery. The white one was "rebuilt" (painted, window change, redesign inside) by Soviet Union. It was turned into a dinning hall. The church was built by the same architect that worked on Cathedral in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Copyright: Aurimas Liutikas
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