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Church and Monastery of the Poor Clares (Kostol Klarisiek)

Klariska 5, Bratislava 811 03, Slovakia
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CHURCH AND MONASTERY OF THE pOOR CLARES (KOSTOL KLARISIEK)

This 14th-century church is simple but inspiring. The small High Gothic steeple was added at the... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2017
deborahk3
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Maidstone, United Kingdom
OLD CHURCH.

KOSTEL KLARISIEK aka THE CHURCH OF THE MONASTERY OF THE POOR CLARES is a really ancient church set... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2017
Neil K
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Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Klariska 5, Bratislava 811 03, Slovakia
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Reviewed 21 March 2017

This 14th-century church is simple but inspiring. The small High Gothic steeple was added at the back of the church during the 15th century. The Poor Clare's, are contemplative nuns who live a life of prayer, community and joy. They were forbidden to build a...More

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Reviewed 21 February 2017 via mobile

KOSTEL KLARISIEK aka THE CHURCH OF THE MONASTERY OF THE POOR CLARES is a really ancient church set in a sort of run down street that looks so evocative. A tall spire and an imposing church that dominates the immediate area,it has for 100's of...More

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Reviewed 18 October 2016

One of the biggest cathedrals in town. Real gothic. Now inactive as a church, but still worth a visit. In May 2016 it was partially under reconstruction.

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Reviewed 17 December 2015 via mobile

We visited the street that the church is housed on and what a lovely little piece of history. The church itself is really imposing and the order of nun's have occupied this monastery for hundred's of year's but it was the whole street and church...More

1  Thank Neil K
Reviewed 28 August 2015

Cool architecture and it is nice. Of course should be in your list while wandering in the old town. Visit!

Thank nemanja1205
Reviewed 27 August 2015

Like others, I could not get in but even from outside the church looked impressive and the pictures of the spire were inspiring from many angles.

Thank Mike N
Reviewed 22 August 2015

This church belonged to the order of the Poor Clares. This order is regarded the strictest women's order of the Roman Catholic church. These nuns are most devoted to prayers, hard work, fasting and other austerities. They generally wear no shoes, eat no meat, remain...More

1  Thank HINAWASEEM
Reviewed 10 June 2015

It is a very nice church, but if there is no concert, you can not visit it. The street which leads to the church isn't in the best condition.

1  Thank 545medva
Reviewed 27 May 2015

This is a lovely building. However we could not get access. It appears you can only get in when there is a concert or so we were told.We were looking forward to visiting as we have a Poor Clares Church and convent where we live.

Thank GalwayJay
Reviewed 25 April 2015

This is near the old town and the bus station, so is convenient to visit. The building is beautiful and ancient. It is worth a visit to see this nice church.

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