Churches/ Cathedrals in Bratislava

Churches & Cathedrals in Bratislava, Slovakia

Churches & Cathedrals in Bratislava

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  • LostALot22
    Chicago, IL10,824 contributions
    This is a rather large old church. It’s pretty nice. The entrance area probably looked better before they build a road right in front. The interior is quite nice and has old bones visible thru the floor. Totally worth seeing.
    Written 17 July 2022
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  • Douglas M
    Mount Vernon, ME524 contributions
    A very unique church constructed between 1280 and 1297 in a Gothic style. It was then turned into a Renaissance church in the 17th century and into a Baroque church in the 18th century.
    Written 18 November 2019
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  • Emily
    Portsmouth, UK207 contributions
    We couldn’t go inside when we visited but it’s still very beautiful to see from outside. Worth a visit.
    Written 8 December 2019
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  • AFAK25
    Jeddah, Saudi Arabia3,596 contributions
    We were on our way from the bus stop Zochova to Old Town and this building attracted our attention due to its yellow and concave facade, something different from other churches we've visited before.

    We did not enter as the Sunday Mass service was being performed but managed a peek to see a beautiful baroque interior.

    However the notice on the door stated that self historical tour is available between 3.00 and 5.00pm on Sundays.
    Written 2 February 2020
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  • Carol H
    De Pere, WI1,074 contributions
    My spouse and I were fortunate to find the door to this church open as we walked about during our free day in Bratislava. Built in 1717, it belongs to the Capuchin order, and is consecrated to saint Stephen, the first Hungarian king. The interior exhibits a simple, but notable beauty with its cream-colored walls, which contrast dramatically with the dark wood pews and altars. The finely-painted Baroque high altar especially stands out.

    The square on which the church is found is decorated with a column to the Virgin Mary.

    We enjoyed this church immensely, and hope that you will also!
    Written 7 November 2019
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  • SEs
    London, UK25,876 contributions
    This small church is renovated and reconstructed. The architecture is simple, the interior is also average part of the tour.
    Written 8 March 2019
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  • SEs
    London, UK25,876 contributions
    This is a another church here. The architecture is different from others around here.if you like churches you can visit.
    Written 8 March 2019
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  • Neil K
    Liverpool, UK612,345 contributions
    A lot of people visit Námestie SNP to pay tribute to the people who sacrificed their lives in the 1944 Slovak uprising against the Nazi's during WW2, the memorial to the fallen is superb and the architecture around this square is superb especially the beautiful Church Of The Merciful Brothers ( Kostol Milosrdnych Bratov ) which is a stunning Church that looks so evocative.
    A beautiful church built in the stunning Baroque style of architecture I so enjoy looking at ,the spire looks superb,I never had time to visit the interior but I was happy to just marvel at the sheer beauty of this church and take a few photos, the church looked particularly impressive at night when illuminated.
    Easy to locate on Namestie SNP and Most definitely well worth checking out.
    Written 19 December 2018
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    Virginia37,937 contributions
    This church was once a Protestant church in the 17th century and was later acquired by the Ursuline nuns who came from Vienna and Cologne. It was the original Little Lutheran built in the same time frame as the Jesuit church but served the Slovak speaking Protestant community. It was seized during the anti-reformation and was given to the order of Saint Ursula not long after completion. The nuns mission was to establish schools and colleges. The statue of the Madonna on the main altar is a copy of Our Lady of Loreto in Italy. The wood for the statue came from the Holy Land. It is a wonderful tribute to the Virgin Mary. The main altar is beautiful and it well worth your time to visit this church.
    Written 4 November 2015
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  • ITRT
    Virginia37,937 contributions
    Church of The Visitation of Virgin Mary in Bratislava is located in the historical center of the city on the square of the Slovak National Uprising. The church is Baroque in style and is part of the complex of the hospital. On the sides of the altar are four sculptures including St. John of God, founder of the Order of the Hospitaller Brothers of Mercy. Besides the main altar, there are altars dedicated to St. Elizabeth, St. Cyril and St. John Nepomuk.
    Written 6 November 2015
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  • George
    Nicosia, Cyprus1,929 contributions
    This complex was built in 1754 and was originally a four-winged building with a single-wing church in the western wing. The church adjoins the opera house.
    Written 30 April 2018
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  • zuv
    Bucharest, Romania25,076 contributions
    A old church, placed in old town, very close to Hlavne Namestie, the main square of the town.Not the most beautiful one but it worth a short visit.
    Written 30 March 2019
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