It is not abandoned, people play there soccer sometimes. That look is only because it have no tribunes and no high-rised lights etc.
Lithuania, not Lithunaia ;) other photos need fix too.
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About St. Michael the Archangel's Church (from Wikipedia):
St. Michael the Archangel's Church or the Garrison Church (Lithuanian: Įgulos bažnyčia) is a Roman Catholic church in Kaunas, closing the perspective of the Laisvės alėja, a main pedestrian street. It was built in 1893 in Neo-Byzantine style for a Kaunas Fortress garrison. It was used as Catholic garrison church during the interbellum.
During the Soviet occupation, it was used as an art gallery and nowadays it serves as a Roman-Catholic church. The other popular name of the church is Soboras. Just inisde the church and to the right is the entrance to the catacombs, that may be unlocked if asked.
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.