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luni, 2 mai 2011

Gellért Hill Cave Church. Budapest, Hungary. Biserica din peşteră. De retinut si luat aminte

The Gellért Hill Cave (Hungarian: Gellérthegyi-barlang) is part of a network of caves with in
Gellért Hill in Budapest, Hungary.



The cave is also referred to as "Saint Ivan's Cave" (Szent Iván-barlang), regarding a hermit who lived there and is believed to have used the natural thermal water of a muddy lake next to the cave to heal the sick. It is likely that this same water fed the pools of the old Sáros fürdő ("Muddy Baths"), now called Gellért Baths.



In the 19th century the cave was inhabited by a poor family who built a small adobe house in the great opening. The mouth of the cave was closed off with a planking and it was used as a peasant courtyard. This situation was recorded on a painting by Mihály Mayr (made sometime in the 1860s) and a photograph by György Klösz in 1877.



The first modern entrance for the caves was constructed in the 1920s by a group of Pauline monks. After its consecration in 1926, it served as a chapel and monastery until 1951. During this time, it also served as a field hospital for the army of Nazi Germany during World War II.

In 1945, the Soviet Red Army captured Budapest. For six years, the cave continued its religious functions, but in 1951, the State Protection Authority raided the chapel as part of increasing action against the power of the Catholic Church. As a result of the raid, the cave was sealed, the monastery's superior, Ferenc Vezér, was condemned to death, and the remaining brothers were imprisoned for upwards of ten years.
As the Iron Curtain disintegrated, the chapel reopened on 27 August 1989 with the destruction of the thick concrete wall that had sealed the cave. By 1992, the Chapel had been restored and the Pauline Order had returned to the cave. Today, the monks continue to perform religious functions within, though the cave is also a common tourist attraction.














Am prezentat Biserica din Pestera,
Budapesta, Ungaria.
Felicitari autoritatilor, credinciosilor,
tuturor celor care si-au adus contributia la punerea in valoare a Sfantului lacas de cult,
istoriei acestui site sacru.
Stau, cuget si ma intreb: noua romanilor ce ne lipseste? Noi de ce nu putem?
De ce tratam cu indiferenta criminala, valori inestimabile?
De ce? De ce? De ce?
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4 comentarii:

  1. Pentru ca nu stim sa pretuim frumosul, pentru ca avem alta scala de valori, pentru ca...pentru ca....

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  2. Foarte frumoasa si interesanta aceasta biserica.
    S-ar putea si la noi, doar daca Biserica ar fi sprijinita mai mult de guvern, pentru a pune in valoare minunatiile uitate, sau abandonate de pe la noi. Cred ca manastirea Rameti ar trebui sa fie o "tinta" pentru peisajul minunat in care se afla dar si pentru pictura murala considerata una dintre cele mai vechi de acest fel, din tara. Datarea ei, ca fiind realizata in anul 1377, este un argument serios in sprijinul afirmatiei ca, religia dominanta in Transilvania evului mediu, a fost ca si acum, cea ortodoxa.

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  3. @Ică Şt. O. Victor,
    Personal, eu cred ca Guvernul/Guvernele au dat bani din bugetul public, chiar mai multi decat trebuia! Dar ... pacatul cel mare este/consta, in modul cum au fost cheltuiti! Nu cred ca avem nevoie de BISERICI in fiecare cartier, in fiecare urbe cu doar cativa zeci de locuitori! Cred ca DIRECTIONAREA cheltuirii banilor, PRIORITATILE sunt altele. Marile, inestimabilele VALORI, tot de IZBELISTE au ramas in Romania. Mai mult, OPULENTA noilor ctitorii/constructii, sfideaza nu numai credinta, dar si bunul simt! Voi prezenta DOVEZI!

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  4. Am fost la Budapesta câţiva ani în urmă. Este un oras mare. Frumoase fotografii!

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