Was Pushkin's great-grandfather baptised in Vilnius?

Abram Hannibal

In the historic part of Vilnius, on Didžioji Street, there stands the Orthodox Church of Saint Paraskeva, one of the finest examples of nineteenth-century Byzantine style architecture in the Lithuanian capital.

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