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Well, visiting this pretty much ordinary Catholic cathedral became an adventure when we entered it from the same place we came in to get inside the Gate of Dawn. When a narrow hallway leads you to a huge cathedral, its interior looks a bit overwhelming...More
This is the first Church you come after entering through the Gates of Dawn, and many more await. Each is different with its own unique style, but this one which seems quieter somehow than the rest is one of the best with exquisite artwork and...More
If you enter the old city through the Gates of Dawn, St. Theresa's is one of the first -- of many -- churches you come to. It is well worth a stop. The decorations inside are wonderfully baroque and it doesn't seem to attract the...More
Does anyone know where the German Catholic Church of St. Theresa is located? My genealogy records show that my father-in-law and his parents were baptised in St. Theresa Catholic Church in either Werschetz, Temes, or Torontal, Hungary in the mid 1800s and about 1901. We are planning a trip to the Vrsac area next summer and would like to include a visit to this church, if it still exists, and try to locate baptismal and marriage records. Can someone connect us to a guide and translator who...More