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It is a beautiful church what is still active. We were lucky and we could hear the part of the pray on Sunday. Very beautiful but not a spacious place, and we could not go around properly bc of the ceremony, which wasn't a problem...More
Located in Dobó Square the church really does have beautiful frescos. No entrance fee and only a handful of people walking around on the Sunday morning we visited. There are limited signs in English and I suspect a tour would have added to our experience....More
This is a lovely baroque church with beautiful frescos covering the ceiling. It is also ornately decorated. Besides the front altar, the side altars are also very pretty. The exterior of the church looks grand too. If you love churches, do not miss this one...More
Baroque style church well maintained on the outside. Lots of ceiling frescoes inside which appear to have some signs of restoration. We particularly liked the individually hard carved pews and the 3d effect of the first wall paintings on either side as you enter the...More
The Minorita Templom is architecturally overwhelming, a feast for the eyes, and cannot be comprehended in a single visit. As I looked upon the altar I saw a portrait of Saint John Paul II, which brought the church's long history into my contemporary life. As...More
While the outside of this "church on the main square" was well maintained, the interior looked a tad shabby. That being said, it was a joy to sit in a pew and relax. One of the ceiling frescos reflects the church's patron saint preaching to...More