St. Nicholas Church, VilniusEdit profile
Coordinates: 54°40′42″N 25°16′59″E / 54.67833°N 25.28306°E / 54.67833; 25.28306
St. Nicholas Church (Lithuanian: Šv. Mikalojaus bažnyčia) is the oldest surviving church in Lithuania, built in the Old Town of the capital city Vilnius. Originally built in the 14th century, it is mentioned in wiritng for the first time in 1387. Archaeologists believe that the same Roman Catholic church survived till the present day. Externally, the church represents the Brick Gothic style, while its interior has been renovated several times.
The church belfry was built in the 17th century in the Baroque style.