Vanes Lutheran Church
The Vanes Lutheran Church was built from 1654 to 1663. Restored in 1789. In Latvia, it is known for its luxurious 17th-century baroque wall paintings, which were hidden from public eyes for a long time, as the church was undergoing renovations. This is a unique painting in the history of Latvian art, as it has been preserved quite well and is visible on a large area.