Here you can find interesting sights in Trnava, Slovakia. 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 8 sights are available in Trnava, Slovakia.List of cities in Slovakia Sightseeing Tours in Trnava
1. Bazilika sv. Mikuláša
Saint Nicolas Church is a Gothic cathedral in Trnava, Slovakia. It was built between 1380 and 1421. The church is 60m long, 31 m wide, its sanctuary was 17,3m and the nave 18m high. The architecturally homogeneous Gothic basilica type temple, whose nave is nearby twice as high as the aisles, bears marks of the Danube style. The sanctuary of this massive brick structure faces east. Buttresses supporting the high walls alternate with Gothic windows decorated with original stone traceries. The largest Gothic window, adorned with rich traceries and stained glass, is at the church front.
2. Synagóga náboženskej obce Status quo ante
The Status Quo Ante Synagogue in Trnava was completed in either 1891 or 1897 at Halenárska Street in Trnava, Slovakia. The synagogue was built in the Moorish-Byzantine style. The city had two Jewish congregations: an Orthodox and a Status Quo one; the building served the latter. The synagogue was devastated in World War II. Today the synagogue is the center of contemporary art, housing the Ján Koniarek gallery, and hosts a number of exhibitions and concerts.
3. Kostol sv. Heleny
The Church of St. Helena in Trnava is a Gothic church from the 14th century, modified in the Baroque style in the 17th century. Probably, the church was originally dedicated to St. Peter. To Michael the Archangel, in the 14th or 15th century, the patrocinium was changed to St. Helena. In the Middle Ages, it served as a spitz church. The building of the city xenodochia next to the church was rebuilt in the classical style in the first half of the 19th century.
4. Holy Trinity Statue
The statue of the Holy Three in Ternaf Square for Three. According to this statue, it is also named Square. The ensemble was built in the Baroque style in 1695. The statue was preserved during the communist period, and it was threatened to be destroyed. After 1989, it was restored and exhibited in the square, as seen in the picture.
5. Divadlo Jána Palárika
The Ján Palarik Theatre is located in Trnava on Trinity Square. In 1990, the Theatre for Children and Youth was renamed the Trnava Theatre and in 2001, on the occasion of the 170th anniversary of the building, it was named after the important Slovak playwright Ján Palarik, who contributed to the development of this theatre.
6. Evanjelický kostol
The Evangelical Church in Trnava is a church built by architect Josef Marek in close proximity to the city walls in 1924. The church is interesting for its amphitheater interior layout and hanging ceiling. It was built in the style of functionalism on the SNP square.
7. Water tower of Belluš
The waterscape of Ternav is an important architectural work of Ternav. The project author (1941) is prof. Inge. A prey. Emil Bellus (1899). Statics is handled by prof. Karel Javier card. Hydropower was built in 1942. It was handed over in 1954.
8. svätej Anny
St. Anne's Church in Ternawa is a late monastery building that came to Ternawa by the Ulshturins at the initiative of Archbishop Imrich Esterhazi in 1724. The single boat church has an oval floor plan and a square elder.
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