The Serbian Church of Budapest is, unlike most of the Christian places of worship in the city, an orthodox edifice. It was built by the Serbian community who found shelter in Budapest in the late 17th century, a moment when Europe was ravaged by the Turkish invasions.

The Baroque building is split into two chief sections, one welcoming the women, and the other, designed for men. The icons which embellish the church bear a visible Renaissance influence, and they date back to the mid 19th century.

Serbian Church (Szerb Templom)
2-4, Szerb utca, 1056, Budapest, Hungary
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