The Roman Catholic Church Zetea


Zetea 537360, Romania


The church was built between 1912 and 1914 and is known as the largest church in the region. In Zetea, on the Dealul Deșagului (Dealul Cetatii) there is an old fortress at an altitude of 801 m, between the Harghita volcanic plateau and the Târnava Hills. In this fortress there is a church built in 1772. From here comes the baroque altar of the Roman Catholic Church in Zetea.

The church has three naves and a capacity of over 1,000 people. The tower with two turrets has a height of 45 m.

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