Kernavė

Wooden chapel

Kernavė wooden chapel was build in 19th century in Kenavėlė manor. Later it was bought and moved to Kernavė, next to the church. Now it stands on the high river bank of Neris. It is an example of Lithuanian folk art. Chapel was made without iron nails, from a wooden logs. The chapel is octagonal building and has a pyramid roof.

Chapel in Kernavė.Chapel in Kernavė
 
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