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The exhibition of Sacral Arts welcomes visitors to the territory of the Peninsula Castle of Trakai, in the former Dominican monastery. The art works represent an important part of the ecclesiastical heritage of Lithuanian culture and are filled with noble religious spirit.
The road that leads from Trakai to the birthplace of the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Old Trakai, has been named after Vytautas Magnus as a tribute to the merits of the great leader.
Trakai Peninsula Castle was once one of the biggest and the most important defensive castles. It represented the economic and military strength of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
Sacrifice Hill marks the highest point of the Trakai Peninsula. From the top you can appreciate the beautiful landscape, a unique history and an opportunity to experience the atmosphere of medieval life.
Trakai Regional Traditional Craft Centre introduces visitors to a colourful cultural heritage and provides an excellent opportunity for anyone to choose from and try many available crafts.
Trakai Island Castle, also referred to as the Crown of Lake Galvė, offers visitors both glorious Lithuanian history and a great variety of present-day cultural events.
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