Blue Church - St. Elisabeth Church

Region: Region Bratislava (Bratislavský kraj)
District: Bratislava I
City / Municipality: Bratislava, City part / Municipality part:Staré Mesto (Old Town)
Tourist location:Bratislava and surroundings
Lies by the river: Dunaj
Latitude:48° 8' 36.185999999964" / 48.14338499999999
Longitude:17° 7' 1.0307999998812" / 17.116952999999967
Included in categories: Churches and cathedrals
Blue Church The Blue Church - Roman Catholic church in Bratislava was built between 1909 and 1913. It is located in the capital of Slovakia - Bratislava on Bezrucova Street. (Bezručova ulica). It is characterized by the blue color of the plaster and roof. It is a one-nave sacral building with built out cylindrical tower. The church is decorated with architectural elements of secession (fashion and lifestyle in the late 19th and early 20th centuries). It is a small, but beautiful church, the length of the building is 30,9 meters. Miniature of blue church represents Slovakia in Park Mini Europe in Brussel.

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