The Stone martin 's cathedral consist of 4 church and lies near danlup river and not allowed to tourists at Sunday
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It's just the pearl of Bratislava. You get to feel how Maria Theresia felt during her crowning ceremony. The cathedral owns the remains of St. Martin and has a lovely altar, ceiling and tapestry of the Apostles of the Slavs, St. Cyril and Methodius. If...More
Although St Martin Cathedral is one of the landmarks of Bratislava, it has a bit of a disap-pointment. In nothing comparable to other well known European cathedrals : simple, small and uninspired. And perged between the access road to the new bridge and other houses...More
The gigantic church is worth a visit - but we were not thrilled about the glass floor which gave a glimpse to a couple of old skulls. Is it church or a freak show?
This is a well-maintained and very beautiful building which has been the site of coronation of so many of the country's monarchs. It is full of interest and is easy to access in the Old Town.
I highly recommend a guided tour. Our tour with a local guide was arranged by Viking. There is so much history in the Cathedral and the surrounding area...Jewish Memorial of Neighborhood and Synagogue torn down under the Soviet regime. Remains of historic fortification wall. Inside...More
St Martin's Cathedral was consecrated in 1452 and is one of the oldest and largest churches in the whole of Bratislava. It is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bratislava and is located just on the western firing of the old town. It...More
Uninspiring, except for the fact that this church hosted the coronations of many Hungarian kings when Slovakia was part of the Hungarian empire. The spire is topped with the Hungarian royal crown.