This whimsical Art Nouveau church is just east of the old town on Bezručova Street. The architect in charge was Ödön Lechner, a pioneer of Hungarian Secessionism and often referred to as the Hungarian Gaudí. Outside, the church has a Disney-esque blend of Romanesque, Baroque and Oriental design in its painted white and pale blue and roofed with glazed blue tiles. Inside, the pews are especially pretty, painted blue with gold patterns. Beautiful!