Drazovce church

As one among the oldest churches found in Slovakia, the Dražovce church can be spotted at Dražovce, which is an urban district belonging to Nitra. Officially known as the Church of St. Michael the Archangel, the Dražovce church, Slovakia dates back to the eleventh century. The Dražovce church, Slovakia reminds us of the early Romanesque architecture, and the church is also a single nave building that comes along with thick enclosure walls as well as the small roundish apse.

Dražovce church

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As one among the oldest churches found in Slovakia, the Dražovce church can be spotted at Dražovce, which is an urban district belonging to Nitra. Officially known as the Church of St. Michael the Archangel, the Dražovce church, Slovakia dates back to the eleventh century. The Dražovce church, Slovakia reminds us of the early Romanesque architecture, and the church is also a single nave building that comes along with thick enclosure walls as well as the small roundish apse.

This church is also believed to have been raised on the site pertaining to the fort that had been a part of the Iron Age. Dražovce church, Slovakia enjoys such prominence as it has also been depicted on that of the Slovak postage stamp. The researches that were conducted during the period extending from 1947 to that of 1948 unveiled the discovery of about 55 graves that were found in the surrounding area of the Church.

Nitra, a town situated at the foot pertaining to the Zobor Mountain is worthy place to explore that can be found in the vicinity of Dražovce church. With various striking historical monuments that include the Castle of Nitra, and other attractions like the City Palace and Church of St. Jacob among the others make this destination a real traveler trap.