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We came across this wonderful 17th century church by chance one morning on our route from St Michaels Gate to Nedbaska Gallery. A nun spotted us looking in through the leaded glass window of the locked doorway and to opened up for us with a...More
We were visiting the lovely SNP Square and while wandering around this area we came across this beautiful little church.
Although not as grand looking as some of the other churches you will find dotted around this most beautiful of cities it still grabs your...More
This church was once a Protestant church in the 17th century and was later acquired by the Ursuline nuns who came from Vienna and Cologne. It was the original Little Lutheran built in the same time frame as the Jesuit church but served the Slovak...More
First hand experience of Slovak culture. Very much divine presence of Almighty around. Mind blowing architecture and wonderful example of the famous painters of that era at work. Visited in August 2004.
The Ursuline Church is found on the small street called Ursulinska which runs just behind the Franciscan Church. It is named after the order of the sisters of St Ursula, who arrived in Bratislava in 1672.
This small church has an important alter which includes...More