Roman Catholic Church (Jahodná)

The Roman Catholic Church in Baroque style was ordered built in 1747 by the Esterházys.
The church, which is the oldest public building in the village, was named after the Apostles St. Peter and Paul, according to the date of its consecration in 1750.  

In 1877 the village suffered a huge fire. It destroyed not only the roof of the church, but also a tower and the organ, and it damaged the bells. The church was reconstructed to its present-day condition in 1882 and to this day is a decorative landmark in the town.

How can we get to the church?

By bicycle

To the Small Danube water mills

Route: Dunajská Streda > Malé Dvorník > Dunajský Klátov > Jahodná > Tomášikovo > Trstice > Topoľníky > Dunajská Streda

Demands: A non-demanding route, mostly asphalt with short dirt and field sections, suitable for regular and trekking bicycles

Length: 57 km

Attractions on the route: Dunajská Streda, Small Danube water mills - Dunajský Klátov, Jahodná, Tomášikovo


By raft
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