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Church with an India connection !!

This church is famous for a relic preserved here. The arm of a third century sorcerer ! It is... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2018
njan45
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Muscat, Oman
Biserica Zlătari

One of the most well known churches in Bucharest. It was many times renovated since 17th century... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2017
yegorb306
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Minsk, Belarus
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Reviewed 20 May 2018

This church is famous for a relic preserved here. The arm of a third century sorcerer ! It is believed to have magical powers. It is believed that he had traveled to India and learned those magical powers. It is richly ornamental and worth a...More

Thank njan45
Reviewed 17 April 2018

This gorgeous church has had a long history, beginning in the mid-1630s. It has been modified, including after earthquakes in the 1800s. With a lovely facade displaying its triple domes and an ornate welcoming entrance, it was lovely to visit it after dark. An interior...More

Thank permia
Reviewed 9 October 2017

One of the most well known churches in Bucharest. It was many times renovated since 17th century when Wallachian prince Matei Basarab has built a stone wall for a wooden church. "Zlatari" means Goldsmiths. Have a look.

Thank yegorb306
Reviewed 25 September 2017

We were strolling around at Calea Victoriei and noticed this church. We went in for a while. It is little nice church.

Thank leffex
Reviewed 5 September 2017

There's nothing at all unique in this church. We passed by it in the evening and entered the next day, only to be underwhelmed by its unimpressive interiors.

Thank TheShis
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Zlatari Church which located along the busy Victory Street and just opposite to the famous CEC Palace should not be missed by tourists who travelled around that area. The church has been renovated and some of the paintings inside still appeared to be attractive.

Thank YTCHENG
Reviewed 16 July 2016

A pleasant church in the centre of the city. Small external appearance but when inside it is the height of the building with the domes that is impressive. Ornate decorated walls and ceilings with impressive iconostasis (altar screen) glittering and adorned with very good paintings....More

Thank Kevin S
Reviewed 9 November 2015

Before entering, there's an english description reporting its history. Inside is simply amazing, little but amazing

Thank dbottaz
Reviewed 21 June 2015

The Zlatari Church is located across the street from the famous CEC Palace, on Calea Victoriei. The church have very nice old paintings inside, made by Gheorghe Tattarescu, but unfortunately unmaintained and covered by smoke.

Thank menq
Reviewed 14 May 2015

Another old church,beautiful,nice rehabilitated but not very impressive,situated on Calea Victoriei,close to some other landmarks,more interesting, like CEC Palace or History Museum of Romania. The church,not very big,is surrounded from three sides by tall blocks,it has a white facade with red bricks adornments.

Thank zuv
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