Curtea Veche Church
Curtea Veche Church is located at 33 Franceză Street. It can be visited all year round.
Entrance fee: No.
The Curtea Veche Church (St Anton) is located in the old historical centre of Bucharest right next to the Manuc Inn and the ruins of the Princely Palace. Built on the place of an old wooden church St Anton Church was the chapel of the Princely Court. Its architectural style combines different styles such as Brâncovenian. The Moldavian style can be seen through the façade of the brick alternating with plaster strips.
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The Curtea Veche Church is the oldest church in Bucharest and was built between 1545 - 1554.
Over the years, the church has undergone many transformations, but after the restoration of 1935, the church returned to its original appearance, with the façade of apparent brick alternating with plaster strips. The interior painting has been preserved thanks to the renovations made in 1852 by Constantin Lecca and then by painter Virginia Videos in 1977.
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