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Here you can find interesting sights in Timișoara, Romania. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Timișoara, Romania.Back to the list of cities in Romania
1. Catedrala Sfântul Gheorghe
The St. George Cathedral, colloquially known as the Roman Catholic Dome, is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Timișoara and one of the city's landmarks. The cathedral is dedicated to St. George and was built between 1736 and 1774. After the Cathedral Basilica of Oradea, it is the second largest Baroque religious building in Southeastern Europe. Liturgies in Hungarian, German and Romanian are currently held regularly in the cathedral. Due to the remarkable acoustics, organ concerts are also held here.
2. Muzeul de Artă
Timisoara Art Museum is an art museum located in Baroque Palace in Timisoara. The museum came into being after the stripping of the art section of the Barnett Museum, which operated for some time in a wing in what is now the building. The museum became a self-sufficient institution on January 1, 2006, and its director is Marcel Torcha, a university professor. The expanded museum could be completed by December 21, with good parts of the restoration of the palace and exhibition space completed.
3. Coloana Ciumei
Plague Column, also known as Holy Trinity Monument, is a Baroque monument in Timișoara's Union Square. It was placed in the central square of the city, then known as Domplatz, in 1740 as an ex voto of chamber councilor Johann Anton Deschan von Hansen. The monument belongs to the typology of plague columns, widespread in the Baroque era throughout the South German, Bohemian and Hungarian space.
4. Catedrala Ortodoxă Sârbă
The Ascension Cathedral, commonly known as the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, is the cathedral of the Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Timișoara. Located in the Union Square of Cetate district, the building is one of the three Serbian Orthodox churches in the city together with the St. George Church in Fabric district and the St. Nicholas Church in the Avram Iancu Square of Mehala district.
5. Podul Decebal
Podul Decebal is a bridge in Timi Cissoara, Romania. It spans the Baika River and is one of the three bridges of the second. District fabric. It is connected with the center of Setat. The East Bridgehead is located between Neptune Bath and the entrance of People's Park. It was named after Dacia's King Desebarus.
6. Catedrala Mitropolitană Ortodoxă
The Orthodox Cathedral, also known as the Metropolitan Cathedral, is a Romanian Orthodox church in Timișoara. The cathedral is the seat of the Archbishopric of Timișoara and the Metropolis of Banat. It is dedicated to the Three Holy Hierarchs, Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian and John Chrysostom.
7. Sinagoga din Cetate
Cetate Synagogue is a Jewish place of worship in Timișoara, located on Mărășești Street in the Cetate district. It was built between 1863 and 1865 in an eclectic style with Moorish elements. Inscribed in the list of historical monuments in Timiș County, the synagogue is no longer operational today.
8. Sinagoga din Fabric
The Fabric Synagogue is a Neolog synagogue in the Fabric district of Timișoara. The synagogue was called the New Synagogue because it replaced the old synagogue on Timocului Street. It was built between 1897 and 1899 in an eclectic style, with neo-Moorish, Gothic and Italian neo-Renaissance elements.
9. Turnul de apă Iosefin
The Water Tower in Iosefin is an industrial monument from Timișoara, Gheorghe Barițiu Street, no. 3. It was one of the sources of water supply in Timișoara at the beginning of the 20th century. It is classified as a National Heritage Site with LMI code TM-II-m-A-06152.
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