Bell Tower


About object:

During the Second World War, the bell tower was significantly damaged. Old Kulviškės inhabitants who remember the war claim that in 1944 the Germans stayed in the bell tower and church of Kulva.

As the front line approached, the bell tower and the church were shot at and set on fire. The bells were removed and hung in a temporary wooden bell tower near the Daunoraviciai chapel.

In 2007 on the initiative of the pastor Raimundas Kazaitis, the bell tower was repaired. In 2015, it was renewed and still in use to this day.


  • GPS LAT 55.10988639913012
  • GPS LNG 24.18251712405962


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