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Osijek is a quiet town that was heavily damaged in the Homelands War. Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral dominates the town. It is beautiful, but in need of attention to the exterior. The interior is fine. Worth a visit.
Large spire dominates the skyline of this redbrick cathedral. Built in 1890 this is a major landmark in Osijek. The neogothic cathedral has lovely stained glass windows and frescoes. Very much a must see place in this pleasant town
Also known as the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, it represents one of Osijek's landmarks. Its spire rises almost 300 feet and the red brick used for its construction makes if even more prominent. Built almost at the end of the 19th century,...More
During the war, in 1991, the concathedral was more than 100 times directly impacted by missiles.
I was here two years ago with my friend. I was taking picture of each one part of this church.
One man led us and talked about the history...More
The co-cathedral of Osijek is dedicated to the saints Peter and Paul (crkva svetog Petra i Pavla). It was built at the very end of the nineteenth century under the aegis of Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer.
The church is in neogothic style made outside basically...More
Nearby some buildings with war scars (unfrotunately), this church stands to offer a orientation point in the city center. Possibly it is not the most beautiful church in the world, but to visit it during few minutes and admiring the stained-glass windows and other things...More
This historic church dominates the main downtown area of Osijek, so you can't really miss it. Interesting for its brickwork. On our visit, an organist was practising inside, which made it all feel very special.