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Although it is dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the origin of the church is enveloped by mystery. It seems to date back to the pre-Christian era, being the only place in Romania where religious services have been held since its inception.
Densus Church is one of the most interesting religious structures in Romania. It is believed that on the place of the church there was once a Dacian temple, followed by a Roman temple and only from the 7th century, a Christian Church. The architecture is...More
One of the oldest Romanian churches still standing.
It was built in the 7th century with additions made in the 13th century on the site of a 2nd-century Roman temple, with some materials from the Dacian Sarmizegetusa fortress.
It is considered that on the setting...More
Here at Desnsus there is an old stone church, probably the oldest church in the country. It is one of the most interesting ones.This historic monument illustrates the continuity of the Romanian people the base of the church is built around the 2nd century AD...More
Hateg. Beautifully kept at the foot severed, hardworking people who care for their seats of their households (almost all villages, 68 residents, sewerage and roads were civilized. A piece of heaven full of history that I ever met one of what I learned in school...More
The site is maybe the oldest church in the country.
It worth visiting because its strange look and the controversy about its origin.
The church is probably built on the ruins of a roman temple. The inside pillars are probably remains of a pagan altar...More