Church of St. Nicholas, Rijeka
|Saint Nicholas Church|
Crkva svetog Nikole|
Црква светог Николе
Saint Nicholas Church
|Archdiocese||Eparchy of Upper Karlovac|
The Church of St. Nicholas (Croatian and Serbian: Crkva svetog Nikole, Serbian Cyrillic: Црква светог Николе) is a Serbian Orthodox church in Rijeka, Croatia. The church is dedicated to Saint Nicholas. The building of the church was completed in 1790.
The church was designed by local architect Ignazio Hencke in 1787 year and was built in 1790 using money of Orthodox Serbs who fled the Ottoman Empire and settled in Fiume (Rijeka) city in 1768. At the same time urban local authorities hindered the construction. The church kept numerous icons from monasteries in Bosnia and Vojvodina.
- Fiume port in 1923. The Saint Nicolas Church in the center.
- Inside the Church.
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