9. Church of St. Anne
Found in old town Vilnius, the Church of St. Anne is recognized as a historical World Heritage Site. The Roman Catholic church was first built out of wood in honor of Anna, Grand Duchess of Lithuania. It was destroyed by a fire in 1419 and reconstructed with brick. The exterior of the church has remained the same since the 1400s, with its gothic style architecture. Visitors are able to explore outside and inside the church, including the bell tower and the main altar.