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Name of Mary Church

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Name of Mary Church
Crkva imena Marijinog
Church photo
Religion
AffiliationRoman Catholic
RiteLatin
Ecclesiastical or organizational statusparish church
PatronHoly Name of Mary
Statusactive
Location
MunicipalityNovi Sad
Geographic coordinates45°15′20″N 19°50′44″E / 45.255632°N 19.845654°E / 45.255632; 19.845654
Architecture
Architect(s)György Molnár
StyleGothic revival
Groundbreaking1892
Completed1894
Specifications
Length52 metres (171 ft)
Width25 metres (82 ft)
Height (max)72 metres (236 ft)

The Name of Mary Church (Serbian and Croatian: Crkva imena Marijinog, Hungarian: Mária Neve katolikus templom) is a Roman Catholic parish church in Novi Sad, Serbia, dedicated to the feast of the Holy Name of Mary. It is the largest church in Novi Sad, and is located in the city center on the Trg Slobode (Liberty Square). Locals refer to it as the "cathedral",[1] even though Novi Sad belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Subotica, whose cathedral is located in Subotica.[1]

History

After the 1699 Treaty of Karlowitz, Novi Sad became part of the Habsburg Monarchy. The local Catholic parish was organized in 1702, and the original church was built in 1719 on the same location as today's church.[1] It was dedicated to Mary Help of Christians in the memory of the Holy League success in the Battle of Vienna. Later, it was renamed the Name of Mary Church. This original church was destroyed in 1742.[2] A new, second church was built on the same location.[2] Catholic Archbishop of Kalocsa Patacsich Gábor dedicated this new church in 1742.[2] This, second church, was heavily damaged in the bombing during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 and its bell-tower was destroyed.[2] It was later partially reconstructed.[2]

In 1891, the city council made a decision to demolish the old church, and to build a new one on the same location.[2] Hungarian architect György Molnár designed the church in 1892 for free.[2] The old church was demolished the same year, and the new one started. The main construction was finished in November 1893.[2] The 72-meters high bell-tower with the golden cross was finished in October 1894.[2]

Art and architecture

The church is a three-nave building, with neo-gothic arches. There are twenty stained glasses depicting saints and church fathers. The church has mechanical pipe organ with 24 registers.[1]

The church has four altars. The main one in the apse is made of the carved wood from Tyrol, the windows with stained glass from Budapest and the roof tiles were made of Zsolnay ceramics. The church has four confessionals and a marble baptistry.[1] It is the tallest church in Bačka region and dominates the city center of Novi Sad.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Novosadska Katedrala - Crkva imena Marijinog" [Novi Sad Cathedral - The Name of Mary Church]. Građanski list (in Serbian). 25 August 2008. Archived from the original on 29 March 2014.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Župna crkva Imena Marijinog" [Parish church The Name of Mary] (in Serbian). Tourist Organization of the City of Novi Sad. Archived from the original on 20 February 2015. Retrieved 20 February 2015.
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