En route to Sweden today - apologies for failing to comment!
Rather ugle, to my view, concrete church of the Benedictine monastery at Palendriai in Lithuania, fournded in 1997 by French Benedictine monks. From its Website:
"The monastery of Saint Benedict of Palendriai belongs to the Benedictine Congregation of Solesmes, founded in France in 1833, which restored Benedictine life suppressed at the time of the French Revolution. This congregation now has 32 monasteries of men or women, issuing from the Abbey of Solesmes. These monasteries exist in Europe, Africa and America."
Apparently, they learnt Lithuanian from the cleaning ladies they hired, not realising that they spoke a non-standard dialect :-)
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