The Church of Saint Sava is one of the largest in the world: at the same time more than 10,000 people can be accommodated here! The memo has the shape of a Greek cross and is located on the spot where in 1594 the Turks burned at the stake the Serbian saint Sawa. The church was designed according to the traditions of Serbian medieval architecture in 1926, but the main buildings and external works were completed only in 2003. Landmark is striking in its size and majestic simplicity. Byzantine motifs and traditional Serbian rigor created a unique design of the church of St. Sava, which fascinates tourists from all over the world. Continue reading
Before World War II, Nuremberg had the largest architectural complex in Germany, but after the war, many unique buildings were destroyed. However, these days there is still something to surprise the tourist. Beautiful medieval defensive walls, the Old Town, the reconstruction of the Kaiserburg castle, the Gothic Cathedral of St. Lorenz, as well as the famous Fountain of Virtues and many other sights, which we will tell you today.
Kaiserburg – the main fortress of Nuremberg
Kaiserburg – a medieval fortress, which for a long time served as the main defensive point of the city. She survived many wars and bombing, but still reached our days and received the status of one of the best attractions of the city. Keyzarburg is a complex of buildings, which includes the Imperial Palace, the castle and a small park. Continue reading