Serbian Episcopal Cathedral

The Serbian Episcopal Cathedral took the name of Beograda (Belgrade) because it was built by Serbian refugees from that town. It is a fine red building, with a soaring steeple and a Rococo doorway. The iconostasis in the superb interior is resplendent with gilding.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Templom Tér

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