Drazovce Church

Nitra, Slovakia

Dražovský kostolík (officially the Church of St. Michael the Archangel) is one of the oldest churches in Slovakia, dating from the 11th century. It is a typical early Romanesque architecture single nave building with thick enclosure walls and small roundish apse. It is no longer used. Research from 1947 and 1948 discovered 55 graves around the church.



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Pod kostolíkom, Nitra, Slovakia
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Founded: 11th century
Category: Religious sites in Slovakia

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Satish Patel (4 years ago)
Really nice church at the top of a hill, small hike up a hill to find it. Well worth the view and really quiet. Very hidden away.
Peter Turza (4 years ago)
Beautiful historical landmark. Nice views on whole region of Nitra.
Michal Dojcan (4 years ago)
Very nice place.
Jan Barna (4 years ago)
Absolutely worth the visit for a piece of history and stunning views. Both children and adults will love it. Mind you it can get a bit windy there, but other than that, it's also great for a family picnic.
4K Side - Creo Tutorials (5 years ago)
It is amazing place. Take with you some friends and coffee and enjoy the scenery and small church near city of Nitra (only 15 km from the city centre)
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