Saints Peter and Paul cathedral
Landmark of the 15th century

Saints Peter and Paul cathedral is an architectural landmark of the 15th century. In the middle of the 17th century during the Turkish invasion the church was turned into a main mosque in the county. Turks established a 36-meter minaret next to the entrance to the church. Later, Pols installed a gilded sculpture of the Saint Mary on the top of the minaret.

Opening hours: 9.30 am – 6 pm, Sun. – 2:00 pm.

Free admission (except the times, when services are held).

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