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Cașin Church is a Romanian Orthodox church dedicated to the Archangels Michael and Gabriel.
Cașin Church is a Romanian Orthodox church dedicated to the Archangels Michael and Gabriel. The striking church combines Brâncovenesc and Byzantine styles, with bright green domes, front entrance arches of the portico supported by pairs of white marble columns, and Murano glass mosaics.
Bulevardul Mărăști 16, București 011467, Romania
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