A church with a curious architecture: round shape! My visit was closed, I could not enter. I wish I had seen better!
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This large Baroque church dedicated to the patron saint of the city was built by the Jesuits between 1638 and 1742. Bullet holes show the more recent history from the Homeland War. A very busy attraction. Magnificent Baroque alters and a gothic crucifix adorn the...More
When strolling around the old city take some time to stop and see the Cathedral. The round shape, the bullet holes and by all means the entry doors. The doors tell a wonderful story. Can't take pictures inside but still worth taking a quick look.
allways full of visitors and turist, central rijeka church, inside this church is some relicts that have some old energy, you can feel it if you go behind the oltar, but after quick visit i suggest nice pint in irish pub just next door, small...More
Very special piece of history. Very nice church, basically a must-see in Rijeka. Unique from outside in architectural way, unique from inside in artificial way.
When i was here the renovation was not finish so it was a little difficult to find out how it will be when it is finish, but as now still a nice place to visit
The cathedral, as we see it today was first a Jesuits’ church and it was built upon their arrival in Rijeka in the first half of the seventeenth century. It was raised to the category of a cathedral when that city became the centre of...More
If you have 150Kc in your pocket go visit the South Tower of this cathedral. I've been to many towers and this one is one of the best, especially if you're a bit scared of heights as I am! This tower feels safe and sturdy...More