St. Trinity Church
It is a neogothic style church, with one tower, and built of stone masonry. In its architecture you can see the mixture of neoromanticism, classicism and neogothicism. The additional visual effect of the façade of the monument is achieved by the elements of plastered order and by the accord of paired pilasters with rough, rich coloured walls. The church has five altars, its interior is modest. The space of the interior is divided into three naves by pilasters.
The main accent of the great, solemn altar of modern forms is the sculpture of Christ rising above it and the stained glass depicting St. Trinity which takes the greater part of the ceiling. Two round pillars that hold parts of the cornice frame the composition of the altar.
Sodų st. 2, LT-35209 Panevėžys, Lithuania;
tel.: +370 45 465786.
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