A very well-known church in Montenegro, the building is not as good as other European-style churches. When you walk in, there is a tranquility. The various artistic decorations, stone sculptures, murals, mosaics, and wood carvings inside, instantly seem to be full of sacredness in the air!
Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina known by parents for the "War of Sarajevo in Varna", only learned about the architecture of this place at that time, which not only retains traditional colors, but also has many advanced modern art style churches and other Europeans. The country is almost solemn and sacred!
The Sacred Heart Church, also called Sarajevo Cathedral, is the largest Catholic church in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with Gothic architecture. The "red rose" at the entrance of the church is a bit shocking. It is said that it is the bloodstain of the war that year, so history adds color to it.
This is the largest Catholic cathedral in Bosnia and Herzegovina, built to commemorate the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ. The official name of the cathedral is "Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral". The door was closed when we arrived, so we couldn't go in and visit, so we had to take photos and check in here.
This church is a cathedral. His churches are built of red bricks. There is a statue of a figure at the door. It should be a local religious leader. The whole church is not tall, but very delicate.