Satu Mare Chain Church
|Satu Mare Chain Church|
|Town or city||Satu Mare|
|Design and construction|
Located on Păcii Square, it was built based on the plans of Preinlich Sigismund, an engineer, between 1793 and 1802. The church has a valuable collection of plates, disks and glasses dating from 1657-1679, as well as the oldest bell in Satu Mare, dating to 1633. The church is surrounded by pillars connected by forged chains, hence the name The Chains Church.
The furniture inside the church was made between 1799-1807, from oak, by a master craftsman named Frits Iosif.
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