Roman Catholic Bell Tower (Nová dedinka)

In the section of Nová Ves in the 2nd half of the 19th century, a Roman Catholic bell tower was built, a thin square structure, which has two bronze bells hanging on it. In two cases there are paintings of the Virgin Mary with the Holy Trinity.
In the section of Dedinka pri Dunaji there is a similar, but taller an nicely reconstructed Roman Catholic bell tower. It has a square shape and was ordered built by András Jusza with his wife Franciska Polláková in May 1913. The bell tower has two bronze bells. In the bottom section there is a depiction of the Holy Trinity and of the Virgin Mary during a discovery in Lourdes, created from stone.

How can we get to the Bell Tower?

By raft

3a - Pleasant boating on the Small Danube (Malý Dunaj)

Route: Bratislava Vrakuňa > Nová Dedinka (carrying boats) > Tomášov
Duration: 6 hours
Difficulty level: a popular, non-demanding route
Attractions on the route: Wanderers’ camp “Totemy”
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