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Name: Cave Church
Category: Religious buildings
Location: 1114 Budapest, Szent Gellért rakpart 1.
Internet: http://www.sziklatemplom.hu

Cave Church
Cave Church


 

Good to know about the Cave Church

  • Pauline monks built this remarkable church inside Gellért Hill after a pilgrimage to Lourdes, France.
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Name: Cave Church
Category: Religious buildings
Location: 1114 Budapest, Szent Gellért rakpart 1.
Internet: http://www.sziklatemplom.hu

Cave Church
Cave Church


 

Good to know about the Cave Church

  • Pauline monks built this remarkable church inside Gellért Hill after a pilgrimage to Lourdes, France.
Read the rest here →

Name: The Jewish Monuments
Category: Religious buildings
Internet: http://www.mazsihisz.hu

Description

The reformer, the moderate and conservative: three synagogues close to other in the 7th district of the city. There’s one in Kazinczy Street, another in Rumbach Sebestyén Street and the fifth biggest in the word is in Dohány Street, which contains a museum of Jewish history, too.… Read the rest here →

Name: The Jewish Monuments
Category: Religious buildings
Internet: http://www.mazsihisz.hu

Description

The reformer, the moderate and conservative: three synagogues close to other in the 7th district of the city. There’s one in Kazinczy Street, another in Rumbach Sebestyén Street and the fifth biggest in the word is in Dohány Street, which contains a museum of Jewish history, too.… Read the rest here →

A buzz with pavement cafés, street artists, vendors, boutiques and nightclubs, the dowtown (belváros in Hungarian) or Inner City is the hub of Pest and, for tourists at least, the epicentre of what’s happening. Commerce and pleasure have been its lifeblood as long as Pest has existed, first as a medieval market town and later as the kernel of a city whose belle époque rivalled Vienna’s.… Read the rest here →

A buzz with pavement cafés, street artists, vendors, boutiques and nightclubs, the dowtown (belváros in Hungarian) or Inner City is the hub of Pest and, for tourists at least, the epicentre of what’s happening. Commerce and pleasure have been its lifeblood as long as Pest has existed, first as a medieval market town and later as the kernel of a city whose belle époque rivalled Vienna’s.… Read the rest here →

Name: Parish church of Óbuda
Category: Religious buildings
Location: 1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 168.

Description

In the Baroque style, the Parish Church of Óbuda was built for the Zichy family in the 18th Century. On the façade, two niches hold the statues of Saint Sébastien and Saint Roch.… Read the rest here →

Name: Parish church of Óbuda
Category: Religious buildings
Location: 1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 168.

Description

In the Baroque style, the Parish Church of Óbuda was built for the Zichy family in the 18th Century. On the façade, two niches hold the statues of Saint Sébastien and Saint Roch.… Read the rest here →

Name: Former Synagogue of Óbuda
Category: Religious buildings
Location: 1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 163.

Description

This building is characterised by a Neo-classical doorway with six columns and it is located away from the street (Lajos Street), close to the Aquincum hotel and a block of high-rise type flats.… Read the rest here →

Name: Former Synagogue of Óbuda
Category: Religious buildings
Location: 1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 163.

Description

This building is characterised by a Neo-classical doorway with six columns and it is located away from the street (Lajos Street), close to the Aquincum hotel and a block of high-rise type flats.… Read the rest here →