Lithuania has been always famous for religious tolerance. One may see truly impressive sights of the largest faiths (attracting thousands of pilgrims) and cute remote houses of worship of the smaller ones, which are impressive to have survived the centuries.
*Christian sites in Lithuania. For pilgrims and non-believers alike as many of these sights are also atmospheric architectural wonders.
*Pagan Lithuania. 10 places to feel that Lithuania was the Europe's final pagan state.
*Muslim Lithuania. Wooden village mosques built centuries ago.
*Jewish Lithuania. Synagogues and homes of this craftsmen community.
*Protestant Lithuania. While Catholic faith eventually (re)conquered Lithuanian hearts Protestantism still left much heritage.
*The most iconic minorities. Both ethnic and religious.