We stopped in prior to service and were fortunate to hear the organ. Just beautiful! The church is also quite lovely with many photo opportunities inside
About Church of St. Anne (Szent Anna Templom)
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Across the Danube from the Parliament. Baroque church. The outer door was open but inside the glass doors were locked. People saying prayers in front of the glass doors.
Since i stopped by on a Friday afternoon at 2pm and they were locked up tight i wasnt too impressed. This doesn't seem, to be a unique experience as many here said the same thing. The exterior is fine not unlike many others
The current church was completed in 1746 and is a classical late Baroque structure with two, symmetrically placed bell towers. The church stands at the site of an older church built in 1390, although between the 14th and 18th centuries, the place was used for...More
THE CHURCH OF ST ANNE ( SZENT ANNA TEMPLON ) is yet another wonderful Church in this gorgeous city that is not shy of splendid looking churches. This splendid looking twin spired church is very eye catching. It's in an area that is absolutely superb...More
My primary purpose in going to St Anna's was to attend Sunday mass, so it wasn't a tourist visit, simply the nearest RC church to where my cruise ship was moored. I have no Hungarian so following the service was challenging, but there was a...More
I have been there for an organ concert. It is a very small church, finely and intensely decorated. The exterior is not so "heavy", but inside it is all a blooming of statues and decorations, in marble, wood and stucco.
This is a very pretty, twin steepled church with an elaborate altar and frescoed ceilings. It is on the Buda side of the Danube River just north of the Chain Bridge, across from Parliament and just below the Matthias Church.