Kossuth Square and Big Reformed Church

The square and the church have always been the scene, oftentimes the very center, of important events through our history. The church was the hub of the Reformation movement in Hungary. Not only is it size that is testament to its greatness. The sound of 

Debrecen

Debrecen with its almost 205 thousand inhabitants is the second largest city in Hungary, and the city 220 kilometres far from Budapest has a rich history more than 6 centuries long. It is not only the cultural and scientific centre of the region, but also 

The Móra Ferenc Museum

The Móra Ferenc Museum  is a museum in Szeged, Hungary, at the intersection of the bank of the river Tisza and the Downtown Bridge. In addition to its seasonal exhibitions, research is conducted within the walls of the cultural palace in the fields of archaeology, 

Synagogue

The Szeged Synagogue is a synagogue in Szeged, Hungary. It is a 1907 building designed by the Jewish Hungarian architect Lipót Baumhorn (1860–1932,), whose work is considered to contain the finest examples of the unique fin de siecle Hungarian blending of Art Nouveau and Historicist 

The Votive Church

The Votive Church and Cathedral of Our Lady of Hungary is a twin-spired church in Szeged. It lies on Dóm square beside the Dömötör tower. Construction began in 1913, but due to the outbreak of the First World War, it was not completed until 1930. 

Szeged

Szeged, the county town of Csongrád County, is in the centre of the South Alföld (Southern Great Plain) Region and will, together with Pécs. It is the largest town in south-eastern Hungary, with 163 thousand inhabitants, and is situated at the confluence of the rivers 

Harkány

Harkány  is a town in Baranya county, Transdanubia . 25km south of Pécs, famous spa town in the foothills of the Villány Mountains. Harkány has been welcoming those wishing to relax and to be healed since 1824. It has 3400 residents, but it has far 

Mohács

Mohács  is a town in Baranya county, Hungary on the right bank of the Danube. In the past, the small Danube harbor town of Mohács twice was the place for decisive events in Hungarian and European history: 1526 and 1687. While tiny little city of 

Sculpture park of Nagyharsany

The quarry pit, full of non-figurative statues, is quite a spectacle. In 1967, in the derelict quarry of Szársomlyó hill, work was begun by sculptors-whose experimentalism did not suit the style accepted at that time for sculptures displayed in public places. The initiative of the 

Siklós fortress

Aerial view of Siklos Castle which might just be the best preserved fortress in Hungary[/caption] The fortress is first mentioned in a certificate dated 1294; the owners at that time were the Suklosi family of the Kán tribe. In 1387 King Sigmund confiscated the fortress