About Christ's Resurrection Church
Christ's Resurrection Church (Lithuanian: Prisikėlimo bažnyčia) is a monumental Roman Catholic church in Kaunas, Lithuania. The church was consecrated in 2004, and in 2005 it was finally completed.
The church now features two towers: one is 70 meters high, and a lower one arises from the main altar. In the main tower's upper level there is a additional chapel. An elevator permits access to the church's roof, which affords a panoramic view of the city. The church stands atop Kaunas's Green Hill, Žaliakalnis. Its cellarage houses a columbarium and a parish museum. The church is not solely dedicated to Roman Catholic ceremonies - it is also used for community gatherings and events, and as a preschool.
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Photo taken in Žaliakalnis, Kaunas, Lithuania
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