10 June 2012

Vilnius churches

Just spent a couple of days on a work trip to Vilnius.  The old town is that rare thing in central and eastern Europe - an original old city that survived pretty much unscathed two wars.  And it probably has more churches per capita than anywhere else I've been to.  Here are just a few:


Interestingly the most Stalinist architecture I saw were these blocks of flats:

In Luton, near the airport...

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