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While visiting Subutica we passed by this beautiful building and decided to stop and have a look. The building was under renovations but we still managed to get some wonderful photos of the grand interior. Outside we noticed a very large crack on the facade...More
This Huge cathedral has a large crack between the towers.
One side of it was built on sand and the other on soil and uneven ground movement has caused the problem.
Currently closed but well worth looking at the impresive exterior.
One of the most gigantic churches I ever visited. This huge Giant is also quite old. Construction works started at 1773 year. Pope gave title of Basilica to this cathedral and this church is also central place for all catholic believers in Serbia. Renovation of...More
Cathedral of St. Teresa of Avila in Subotica (popularly known as the Great Church) is the cathedral church in the late Baroque style dedicated to the patron of Subotica, St. Theresa of Avila. It was built in the period 1773-1798. Work on it began in...More
This was one location that we felt we had to find. It was a rainy morning in Avila and as we made our way around the long and beautiful fortified walls, we reached the cathedral tucked away in one corner. The 500 year anniversary and...More