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Archaeological investigations have revealed that the walls of the church were covered with a thick layer of rubble, and burials were found inside and outside of the church. 68 better preserved tombs and at least 117 remains of buried graves have been found in the church area.


On February 8th 1420 a letter to the Grand Master of the Order was sent from here, stating that the Grand Duke had built a church in Dubingiai.


At the beginning of the 16th century Dubingiai was taken over by the Radvila family, the town became one of the centers of the Reformation in Lithuania


In the middle of the 16th century Mikalojus Radvila transferred the Dubingiai Catholic Church to the Evangelical Reformed Church. About 1620 Jonušas Radvila the First built a new, Renaissance-style Evangelical Reformed Church on the castle site. Most famous Radvila family people, including Mikalojus Radvila Rudasis and Jonušas Radvila I, were burried here.


During the 18th c. the evangelical Reformed community in the town collapsed and Dubingians gradually converted to Catholicism. The Evangelical Reformed Church burned down in 1735.


The remains of the church where Radvila was buried are now preserved.