The roman catholic church Saint Antony of Padua - Ciceu
E578 152, Ciceu 537297, Romania
The church of Csicsó is in the village centre, close to the school. It was consacrated to Saint Anthony of Padua, receiving its final, today's form in 1839. The peristyle of the temple was a chapel in the 14/15th centuries, which had to be modified because of the growth of population. According to the tradition, the tabernacle of the original chapel is built in the left-side end of the main altar. The altar of the sanctuary was made in 1800, its altar-piece presenting Saint Anthony of Padua. Upon the exterior counterforts, it is presumed that this apse originally possessed Gothic arches. This building is considered a monument, as well as the parish building in its vicinity.