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The Millenium Cathedral Timisoara


Cathedral Timisoara
The Millenium Cathedral Timisoara

Timisoara

Piaţa Romanilor, Nr. 2

45.757454, 21.247958

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2.1 km

3.5 km

9.1 km

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The Millenium Cathedral

The Millenium Cathedral is a roman- catholic church from the Fabric district of Timişoara. It was built for the honouring of 1000 years from the settlement of the Hungarians in the Plain of Pannonia.(this is the meaning of the name Millenium). The construction in a neo-romanesque style started in 1896 and was finished in 1901. The church has two towers with a height of 65 metres, a central cupola with a height of 45 metres. The capacity of the church is of 300 persons. The large  bell has a weight of 2.420 kg.

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