Holy Trinity Church, Belgrade

Holy Trinity Church, Belgrade

The Holy Trinity Church was built between 1839 and 1842 by architect Joseph Felber, and features a rectangular base with an apse and a two-story bell tower. Its exterior walls have arc tunnel openings and niches. The church demonstrates a strong Baroque influence. The iconostasis, made of carved wood with gold, is a masterpiece by Gabriel Ninkovic and Aleksandar Petrovic. The church is a fine example of the 19th century Baroque and is an important cultural landmark. It is located at the corner of Dobanovačka and Stevana Jovanovića Street.

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Sight Name: Holy Trinity Church
Sight Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Sight Type: Religious
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