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... buildings that the area has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Many are beautiful. I wondered how they maintain them all.
I tried to find something to photograph besides buildings, and only managed ...
... heading over to Uzupis, a self governed area of Vilnius, It seemed pretty empty! I enjoyed possibly the best pistachio ice-cream ever (well deserved I think) and then later on we ate out at a fantastic vegetarian restaurant called Vegafe (there are two, if anyone is making a trip to Vilnius, it's the one off Augustijonu Gatve) AMAZING. So considering the day started a bit rocky, all ended well.
... on with the headphones, selected English, sat back and enjoyed the scenes & commentary. We did get off once to visit the church of St. Peter & Paul, what another extraordinary church! Apparently there are over 2,000 stucco figures representing religious & mythological scenes on the walls & ceilings of this church, it looked incredible!! The interior is quite simply "out of this world". PM - Had lunch at the ...
Briefly back into Vilnius Cathedral and then carried on for about 1.5k to the Church of Saints Peter and Paul. This was truly baroque run wild. Some of the artistry is pagan. A boat-shaped chandelier harkened to St Peter as a fisherman. The longer I was there, the less I liked the overall effect as your eye cannot focus on anything due to the over the top baroque details.
Left there about 1500. Heather was coming in so gave her my review ...
... which is prominently displayed on a street that it took us quite some wandering to find. These points include:
10. Everyone has the right to love and take care of the cat.11. Everyone has the right to look after the dog until one of them dies.12. A dog has the right to be a dog.
This constitution is displayed in 19 languages, including Hebrew, Arabic, Turkish, and what I think was Thai. While we were looking around for the constitution, we ...