When I left the Discs of the Sun, I walked across the street to the Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul in Siauliai, Lithuania. Needless to say, it’s another large church.
I think the tower is the neatest thing about this church – you can see it from quite a distance, especially since the cathedral sits on a hill.
Instead of retyping all the information about the cathedral, I took a picture of the plaque – it’s quite interesting.
The courtyard was a nice size and had this beautiful wood carving in it.
Did I mention that the church was large. It is. It’s really tall. I took a picture to try to give some perspective of it.
Reminds me of a castle with the wall around the courtyard and the tower of the church.
The inside of the cathedral was just as impressive and large.
There was music playing softly in the church when I was there – soft religious music. Very Catholic feeling.
And for being so beautiful, I was surprised by the simplicity of the altar area. But it seemed very fitting – Lithuania is not one of those countries that flaunts a lot of anything.