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Saint Spyridon the New Church

Calea Serban Voda 29-31, Bucharest 040201, Romania
+40 745 009 061
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Hidden gem near the city centre

The Saint Spyridon the New Church (Romanian: Sfântul Spiridon Nou) is a Romanian Orthodox church in... read more

Reviewed 12 December 2016
CristiDan
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Bucharest, Romania
Saint Spiridon The New Church of Bucharest

Built between 1852 -1856 and consecrated on November 8th 1860, by Scarlat Ghica, the son of Grigore... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2016
Mihai P
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“gothic style” (2 reviews)
“piata unirii” (2 reviews)
“spiridon” (3 reviews)
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Calea Serban Voda 29-31, Bucharest 040201, Romania
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Reviewed 12 December 2016

The Saint Spyridon the New Church (Romanian: Sfântul Spiridon Nou) is a Romanian Orthodox church in Bucharest, Romania on Calea Șerban Vodă, no. 29. Originally built with Gothic influences in 1860, it was strongly modified by Patriarch Justinian (especially the towers from Gothic style to...More

Thank CristiDan
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Built between 1852 -1856 and consecrated on November 8th 1860, by Scarlat Ghica, the son of Grigore Ghica, Prince of Wallachia, Saint Spiridon the New Church is the klargest orthodox church of Bucharest. The church was built in an eclectic style, on the place of...More

Thank Mihai P
Reviewed 22 April 2016 via mobile

I have been to this church several times. It is very well taking care of both outside and inside. The paintings inside the church are really pretty and the the entire church is fairly bright. Ideal if you want to take pictures.

Thank Pierre G
Reviewed 12 February 2016

This is one of Bucharest most interesting church. Different from the rest because of its naval shape this place is a must see while walking through city center.

Thank photocetera
Reviewed 29 January 2016

Beautiful work of art. This building is located south from Piata unirii (10 minutes walk). quite isolated from other attractions.

Thank kiltmaker2
Reviewed 29 October 2015

very beautiful church, close to the city center, with amazing paintings. also has a little garden with benches

Thank dudu86154
Reviewed 16 September 2015

we had our wedding here back in 1981..we visit each and every time we are in Bucharest. To me it is the most beautiful church in the world! just love walking through those doors and up to the altar and taking it all in. a...More

Thank linda079
Reviewed 9 May 2015

One of the most beautiful and of the biggest churches in town,situated at walking distance of Piata Unirii.Recently rehabilitated,wonderful painted in bright colors.The majestic interior is somehow in contrast with the outside part,painted in austere colors.

Thank zuv
Reviewed 7 March 2015

Located close to Unirii Square, this cathedral is one of the famous in Bucharest and one of the most beautiful. The entrance is on the opposite side from the boulevard. The interior is very nice ornated.

Thank menq
Reviewed 24 April 2012

beautiful old church, if you need to prey it is a good place.

1  Thank Bogdan B
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