Romanian Patriarchal Cathedral

Bucharest, Romania
4.8 / 9
The cathedral was built in honor of Saints Constantine and Helena in the middle of the XVII century. During several reconstructions over the centuries, the building lost its original appearance, only the semicircular facade arches are preserved from the original. Unfortunately, the name of the architect remained unknown. Since 1925, the Patriarchal Cathedral has been the main church of the Orthodox Church of Romania. Not far from the temple is the residence of the Romanian Patriarch.
Romanian Patriarchal Cathedral
Address:Aleea Dealul Mitropoliei 2, București
Phone:+40 21 406 7167


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Most holy place! Keeps the relics of st. Dimitar Basarbovski, the holy monk from Basarbovo monastery and village, near city of Russe, Bulgaria. St. Dimitar Basrbovski is declared to be protector of Bucharest, the capital of Romania.


As Bucharest sights go, it is very impressive to see from the outside, on both directions (front and back). We didn't get inside, the English tour is more then an hour, and you must registet in advance (online or on the spot)


Very beautiful view.The buildings are well kept and preserved.They take you back in history


Beautiful architecture and energy.


Beautiful arhitecture. Great history. A high level of spirituality when you attend a mass here.


Great peaceful place!


Amazing cathedral to visit!


Most spiritual place of Romania some might say.


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