"Bay (oriel) window" Top 5 Page for this destination Church of St Anne Tip by matcrazy1

Church of St Anne, Vilnius: 40 reviews and 70 photos

by matcrazy1

There were two identical bay windows in the facade of St. Ann's church in Vilnius. Bay windows (windows that project outward, supported by corbels) were characteristic of many gothic public and private houses, not only of churches and chapels. Sometimes they were called oriel windows as well, right?

I wonder when the first bay windows were built? Never mind, they are widely used till now as they enlarge a room's appearance and add character and charm to any room.

Address: Maironio gatve 8, Vilnius
Directions: From the Cathedral Square walk Pilies gatve (Castle Street), turn first stree left (Bernardinu gatve), churches at its end, across Maironio gatve.
Phone: +370 698 17731
Website: http://www.vilnius.lt/new/en/gidas.php?open=39&root=1&sub_cat1=81#25

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  • Updated Jun 7, 2004
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