This attraction is called, in fact, the Reunification Cathedral but also The Coronation Cathedral because this was the place where the the King Ferdinand the First and Queen Maria were crowned in 1922. The reunification name was added later as this was the place where it was sealed the merger of the Romanian Greek-Catholic Church with the Orthodox Church in 1948.
Once I entered the courtyard, I was overwhelmed by the mild beauty and the peace within. Its colors were gentle with my eyes and I absolutely love the byzantine style and the warmth with witch it welcomes visitors.
The cathedral is very well taking cared of, so the courtyard is full of flowers and everything is put into its place. A comer of tranquility indeed.
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