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Only three and a half hours of blue churches per day
In fact, about the color of the church, the churches around the world are full of colors, like the pink churches of the famous Dalat in Vietnam, which are popular in the ins and microblogs. Countless tourists came to take pictures. The blue church is also uncommon in the world, and the blue architectural style is good and rare. In recent years, this once-small blue church in Slovakia has entered people's field of vision, and there is still no fire. We havetened to go to the truth. The
church is hidden on the back street about 5 minutes from Tesco, not far from the old city. Originally thought that the building opposite the church is also an attraction. When you walk into it, it is a middle school. There are classes in the playground that are taking physical education classes.
The macarons blue church under the clear sky is really impossible to remove the line of sight, with green grass, like walking from a fairy tale! The churchs real name, St. Elizabeths Church, was built by the Hungarians more than 100 years ago to commemorate Princess Elizabeth and is one of the oldest churches in Bratislava.
The overall color of the church is mainly blue and white, and even the roof is also made of blue glazed ceramics, so the locals call it the blue church. The overall architectural style of the Blue Church is representative of the new art in the Hungarian Catholic Church, with medieval Baroque domes and towers, as if to say "we are not the same!".
Usually the door is closed and mysterious, and few people photograph it inside. The reason is that it is only at 6
Located in a hill on the Danube River, the Bratislava Castle in the Slovak capital is a square building. The
Bratislava Castle was originally an ancient Roman castle, and the oldest part is now rebuilt in the 13th century.
The new part is Maria Teresa built for her most beloved daughter, Christina.
Now, there is a historical museum and a music museum in the castle.
and the most recommended is due to the high terrain of the castle, overlooking the Danube and the entire city on the hills outside the main building.
The capital of Slovakia is Bratislava, and it seems to be a special slogan. Compared to the capitals of other European countries, it really seems to be deserted, and the train station is not big. Out of the train station to the most lively neighborhood is not five kilometers, take the bus to two or three stations. When I came to Bratislava, I looked at the buildings in front of me without the novelty and surprise of the previous days. Of course, I still stayed for some unique scenery. There is also a lovely bus here, yellow and red coexist. If the weather gives more strength, then it will be as dreamy as a fairy tale kingdom!
The largest attraction in Bratislava is estimated to be the castle on the hills of the Danube. This boxy building is said to have been a refuge for the Hungarian royal family. Standing on the castle overlooking the city and the Danube. When we come down from the castle, it means we have to leave the city and leave the country. It didn't seem to be a little regrettable when I didn't wait for the sunny day, but there seems to be no reason to come here in the future. But who knows the future? In the near future, I am coming again.
Unfamiliar city Bratislava, a warm Central European town
Slovakia a very small country
capital name is also extremely mouthful: Bratislava
saw the whole seat The city's most popular man: the watchman who squats at the wellhead...
This city is particularly comfortable, no other capitals are lively, ordinary and beautiful.
This is an old city. The walls of the old city are filled with vicissitudes of history. This is a young city. The people in the streets are always full of children's interest and vitality. The sun and the clouds meet by chance, turning into a patter Light rain. In the middle of the night, accompanied by the singing of the singer, the pedestrians became hurried; the galloping tram, carrying countless tired bodies, headed for the distant distance.
Bratislava's dream of the blue church
Slovak Bratislava's squatting underground pipe workers I believe everyone knows, but the blue church about ten minutes walk from the old town is fresh Known.
Blue is the meaning of the sky and the white clouds. The color of such a church is really small, it is a feeling in a fairy tale. Shooting at different angles, because the sun shines, there are different blues, really super nice. It will be open in the morning and evening.
Bratislava recommended accommodation, Hotel Devin. Hotel Devin is an old hotel opened in 1954. It was refitted five years ago, so it is not old, the room is small, but it is clean and comfortable. It is ideally located, walking distance from the main attractions, the Danube River outside the window, and the river across the banks is the city's famous attraction, the UFO Tower. Do not evaluate this tower.
The movement and quiet of the small town of Bratislava
an old castle on the hill, an old church under the hill, this is the biggest property of this small town. The small town is very quiet, at noon, on the road made of stones (on the point of retaining the ancient road, it is highly consistent with Prague), you can highly notice your footsteps. Because of the silence, everything moving can attract your attention, such as a waterfowl, a tram that is slowly coming, a waving hand. Then you noticed those quiet things. They laid the foundation for the simplicity and quietness of the city.