Explore interesting sights in Arad, Romania. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Arad, Romania.Sightseeing Tours in Arad
1. Fortress of Arad
The Fortress of Arad is a fortification system built in the city of Arad, Romania, on the left bank of the Mureș River in the 18th century at the direct order of the Habsburg Empress Maria Theresa. The fortress today lies in the city's Subcetate neighbourhood, on the former military border between the Habsburg Empire and the Ottoman Empire. Over the course of its existence, it has been used as a military garrison and a military prison. Since 1999, it has been the headquarters of the Mixed Romanian-Hungarian Battalion.
2. St. Anthony of Padova Church
The Roman Catholic Church "Saint Anthony of Padua" is a place of worship in the city of Arad. It was built between 1902-1904 by the arad architect Milan Tabacovici. It was consecrated in 1911. The place of worship has elements representing the classicist, baroque and Renaissance styles.
3. Teatrul Clasic Ioan Slavici
The Classic Theatre "Ioan Slavici" is an edifice in the city of Arad. It was built between 1872-1874 in neoclassical style. In the years 1958-1960, important modernization works take place during which the current façade of the Theater is realized.
4. Catedrala Sfânta Treime
The 'Holy Trinity' Orthodox Cathedral is a Romanian Orthodox cathedral in Arad, in the Crișana region of western Romania. It is the main cathedral of the episcopal see of Arad, currently headed by Timotei, Archbishop of Arad.
5. Palatul Neumann
The Neumann Palace is an eclectic building located in Arad. It is a historical monument. It was built in 1891–1892 by the wealthy family of Neumann. It was the biggest building in the city for a long period.
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