In the heart of the Buda castle area stands this stunningly beautiful church presents a neo-gothic style, lavishly decorated after being renovated a few times. Believe it or not this church was once a Turkish mosque and during the construction of the mosque a wall collapsed revealing a Madonna Statue. The church today I believe is run by the Jesuits. The ceiling over the alter is a high formed dome, all in a golden colour, delicately designed, get lost looking at the stain glass windows. This Church and the Fishermens bastion are the most beloved sights of the Buda Castle area. Although the highlight of our visit was experiencing the organ concert.
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