Békéscsaba Cathedral

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  • Decorating the central bounds of the Hungarian town of Békéscsaba (Szeged-Csanád County), the Békéscsaba Cathedral (also known as “Co-Cathedral of St. Anthony of Padua” or “Páduai Szent Antal Társszékesegyház”) is the second-largest church there, beaten only by the local Evangelical Church (Evangélikus Nagytemplom). Built in 1910 to adhere to the Gothic Revival architectural style, it boasts with two majestic towers, both reaching 61 metres in height. What’s important to know about it is that it serves as the co-cathedral (or an alternate cathedral) of the Diocese of Szeged-Csanád.

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