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Religious buildings in Budapest

Title Category Address Description
Basilica of Saint ÉtienneReligious buildings1054 Budapest, Szent István tér.The construction of this building took 55 years! Miklós Ybl who succeeded József Hild gave it a colossal look with neo-Renaissance inspiration.
Chapel of the GrottoReligious buildings1013 Budapest, SziklatemplomOpposite the entrance to the Gellért baths, metal railings open out over the grotto divided into several chapels dug into the bare rock.
Church of the FranciscansReligious buildings1053 Budapest, Ferenciek tere 2.It opens out with a porch lined by columns and covered by the coat of arms for the order.
Church of the ServitesReligious buildings1052 Budapest, Szervita tér 7.The order of the Servites was authorised to set up in Hungary in 1686 under the reign of Léopold Ist.
Former Synagogue of ÓbudaReligious buildings1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 163.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.
Great synagogue in Dohány streetReligious buildings1077 Budapest, Dohány utca 2.The largest synagogue in Europe was built between 1854 and 1859 following plans by Ludwig Förster.
Kerepesi temetőReligious buildings1087 Budapest, Fiumei út 16.Budapest like all capital cities has its own cemetery, its national pantheon, where celebrities are buried.
Mathias ChurchReligious buildings1014 Budapest, Szentháromság térThe church that can be seen today is the work of Frigyes Schulek.
Parish church of ÓbudaReligious buildings1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 168.In the Baroque style, the Parish Church of Óbuda was built for the Zichy family in the 18th Century.
Parish Church of TabánReligious buildings1016 Budapest, Attila utca 11.The Parish Church for the quarter of Tabán is the only sign of the age of the Serbian tanners which has survived the demolition by the bulldozers in the 1930s.
Parish Church of the CityReligious buildings1056 Budapest, Március 15. térBuilt on the site of a Roman fortress, it is the oldest Church in the capital of Hungary.
Rumbach SynagogueReligious buildings1074 Budapest, Rumbach Sebestyén utca 11-13.The pretty synagogue on Rumbach Street, which closed at the end of World War II, reopened to visitors in 2006.
Saint Anne ChurchReligious buildings1011 Budapest, Batthyány tér 7.It is an elegant Church which dominates Batthyány square with its two identical bell towers.
Saint Florian ChapelReligious buildings1027 Budapest, Fő utca 88.This chapel is a charming small Baroque building built between 1759 and 1760 by the architect Mátyás Nepauer.
Santa María Magdalena ChurchReligious buildings1014 Budapest, Kapisztrán tér 6.A Gothic bell tower is the main part of the remains of the Church of Saint Madeleine.
Serb ChurchReligious buildings1056 Budapest, Szerb utca 2-4.This 18C Orthodox church testifies to the erstwhile Serb presence in the area.
The University ChurchReligious buildings1053 Budapest, Papnövelde utca 7.It is undoubtedly the best appreciated Baroque Church in the city.

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