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The Roman-Catholic Cathedral

Strada Sirul Canonicilor, Oradea 410161, Romania
+40 771 612 714
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Beautifully repainted but the inside is quiet, which is not a problem, but there is no information... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
karen6111
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Port Elizabeth, South Africa
via mobile
mesmerizing!

It's very impressive! I plan to have the wedding there. It's very imposing and the pipe organ is... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2017
Alex M
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Oradea, Romania
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Strada Sirul Canonicilor, Oradea 410161, Romania
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautifully repainted but the inside is quiet, which is not a problem, but there is no information on the history or of the building. If Oradea would like to advertise these cathedral as tourist attractions they must at least give as a page of history...More

Thank karen6111
Reviewed 14 April 2017

It's very impressive! I plan to have the wedding there. It's very imposing and the pipe organ is just wow

Thank Alex M
Reviewed 8 February 2017 via mobile

An impressive building, a real attraction of Transylvania, a veritable monument! The Basilica has ornamental in Baroque style and was built between 1752-1780. The interior is impressive: main altar, side altars, a cript (where Saint Ladislau is buried), a magnificent organ (donated by Queen Maria...More

Thank cosminoc
Reviewed 10 November 2016

A real attraction, wich is situated 5 minutes from the citye's railway station.The Basilica together with the Bishop Palace and the canon row constitute the baroque, catholic complex of the town.

Thank Vinoteka V
Reviewed 1 November 2016

One of the impressive building from Transylvania! You must visit this if you are on the city. Very nice area and close to the center.

Thank Lucian B
Reviewed 26 September 2016

My uncle was very proud to show us this large cathedral. Very well restored. Museum next door, beautiful garden grounds to explore. I enjoed the beautiful artwork and architecture inside as well. Enourmous organ.

Thank Ginuka
Reviewed 9 August 2016

It's a beautiful church with unique artistic heritage. The mural painting of the dome is one of the highlights. Painted by Johann Schöpf, artist of the royal court of Bavaria, disciple of Tiepolo. . .11 beautiful baroque altars and one of the most magnificent 18th...More

Thank Schlosser77
Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

Lovely cathedral, lights were out when we visited and it as a bit difficult to enjoy the beautiful ceilings and details.

Thank JacqB
Reviewed 15 June 2016

Is one of those churches where you want to have your wedding. It has a great acoustics and when a lady is singing Ave Maria I have goosebumps

Thank Daniel_Oradea
Reviewed 27 May 2016

It's a beautiful catholic church located in the center of Oradea. The grounds are also nice and well kept. Worth stopping by.

Thank Gabriella A
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