We recently visited Bratislava and stopped by the Blue Church (St. Elizabeth) while sightseeing around the city center. This is a Catholic church that is coloured bright blue, inspired by the Art Nouveau movement at the time of this it design in 1913. As such, the church sort looks like a big blue cake when you are approaching it. The surrounding buildings are mostly drab, allowing the deep blue color of the outside of the church to really stand out and make an impression.
Inside the Blue Church, there is not much to see compared to the large historical cathedrals like St. Martin's in the city center or others you might have seen in Europe. This is a small, single chambered nave with two rows of seats. There room is nicely colour cordinated in similar taste to the outside of the building but that is about it.
In the end, its worth finding the Blue Church as it quite uniquely painted and its something that is easy to remember from your trip to Bratislava. You can see everything here in 15-20 minutes and move on to other attractions within the city center.
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