The Treasury of Vilnius Cathedral
The Treasury of Vilnius Cathedral is the oldest and the largest among all treasuries held in the churches of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Upon founding the Cathedral, rulers, magnates and bishops donated magnificent liturgical implements: crosses, chalices, reliquaries and monstrances. During the wars the treasury was hidden, and for the last time it was stored in a hiding place on the eve of World War II and remained there until 1985. Today, the treasury is exhibited at the Church Heritage Museum.