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It's gorgeous, from the marvellous external brickwork facade to the tranquil interior. Placed on likely the busiest Boulevard with six lanes in Bucharest, it provides a tranquil space from the thunderous traffic.
Unveiled in 1916 it has what's known as Neo-Lombard Romanesque styling. This was...More
Pretty, small church which is Catholic but looks more Orthodox in some ways. Tucked into a very busy street and easily missed. There are only three or four Catholic Churches in the Orthodox city so definitely one to to consider for mass.
This Catholic church was originally completed around 1916 on one of the busiest main arteries of the capital. Unfortunately, it was seriously damaged during a major earthquake in 1940 and was closed for a number of years. It reopened again in 1968, only to be...More
One of the few Catholic Church in Bucharest. Nothing special, between two buildings worth the time only if you came randomly for the street. Inside, you can see a copy of the Holy Shroud and nothing more. Cool the little internal garden.
A very easy to reach, central but unfortunately less visited spot. A place with "probably milions of people crosing across weekly" if we count the cars on the Magheru Boulevard. There is a copy of The Sacred Shroud from Torino inside. A juelery traped betwin...More
A beautiful red bricks church,surrounded on three sides by tall blocks,situated in the heart of the town,close to Piata Universitatii(Universitatii Square).Built just before the start of WW I by members of italian community from Bucharest.
Nice architecture,with a slender bell tower