Religious, Spiritual sights in Szeged
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The twin-towered Votive Church is a disproportionate brown brick monstrosity that was pledged after the flood in 1879 but not completed until 1930. The interior borders on gaudy but it's still an impressive achievement; the huge nave and gigantic organ (11,500 pipes in all) dominate the entire scene.
The Serbian Orthodox church in Dóm tér, dating from 1778, has a fantastic iconostasis: a central gold 'tree', with 60 icons hanging from its 'branches'. You'll find the key at Somogyi utca 3 (flat I/5).