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The spirituality and quietness specific to the town of Tășnad radiate of the presence of countless religious edifices with a particular architectural style. These belong to a mosaic of cults (Orthodox, Reformed, Roman Catholic, Greek Catholic) specific to the three ethnic groups that coexisting harmoniously in the geographical space of Tășnad attributing to the town the rare feature of a focus point of religious tourism.

The Reformed Church, the oldest construction of this kind is now at the forefront on the list of the historical monuments of the area.

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The Roman Catholic Church was built during 1783-1784, out of the donation of Mother Theresa. Due to the cracks formed, the church was closed in 1903.

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The Orthodox Cathedral particularly impressive due to its shape, was built in 1988 on the site of the ancient church.

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The Greek Catholic Church was erected in 1996. The architectural line has as main creation idea, the triangle, figure which in the Christian symbolism, represents the Holy Trinity.

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