Zavl's Kloyz in Vilnius is a nineteenth-century Ashkenazi synagogue, whose architect was Aleksei Polozov. This brick synagogue in historicist style is currently under reconstruction.
The Taharot Hakodesh Synagogue, or Choral Synagogue, is the only survivor of 105 to 110 synagogues in Vilnius. Opened in 1903, it survived the Second World War because the Nazi occupiers had a pharmacy there.
The Nemėžis Mosque is a Tartar mosque first built in 1684. The present mosque, built in 1909, suffered much neglect during the Soviet era. In 1978 the mosque was returned to the Muslim community and from 1993 it was repaired.