Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans




The Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans represents a masterful synergy of architectural styles built by Czech architect Josef Hlavka from 1864 to 1882. The property, an outstanding example of 19th-century historicist architecture, also includes a seminary and monastery and is dominated by the domed, cruciform Seminary Church with a garden and park. The complex expresses architectural and cultural influences from the Byzantine period onward and embodies the powerful presence of the Orthodox Church during Habsburg rule, reflecting the Austro-Hungarian Empire policy of religious tolerance.

From our members:

Planinar visited from 6/25/2014 to .

serghei.belous visited from 5/1/2014 to 5/1/2014.

nitorch visited from 1/10/2012 to .