5 Sights in Debrecen, Hungary (with Map and Images)
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Explore interesting sights in Debrecen, Hungary. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Debrecen, Hungary.List of cities in Hungary Sightseeing Tours in Debrecen
1. Reformed Great Church
The Reformed Great Church or Great Reformed Church in Debrecen is located in the city of Debrecen. It stands in the city centre, between Kossuth square and Kálvin square. It is the symbol of the Protestant Church in Hungary, and it is because of this church that Debrecen is sometimes referred to as "the Calvinist Rome". With a ground space of 1500 m² it is the largest Protestant church in Hungary. It also has the largest bell of all Hungarian Protestant churches. The Great Church was built between 1805 and 1824 in the neoclassical style.
2. Református kistemplom
The Reformed Church of Debrecen stands in Debrecen, on Révész-square, on the southwest corner of Piac street and Széchenyi street. Originally built in the Baroque style, the church was remodeled in 1876 in the Neo-Romanesque style, which still defines its external appearance to this day.
3. Ördög árka sánca
The Devil's Dykes, also known as the Csörsz árka or the Limes Sarmatiae, are several lines of Roman fortifications built mostly during the reign of Constantine the Great (306–337), stretching between today's Hungary, Romania and Serbia.
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4. St. Anne's Cathedral
The St. Anne's Cathedral also called Debrecen Cathedral It is a Catholic religious building that since 1993 works as the cathedral of the Diocese of Debrecen-Nyíregyháza, is located in the city of Debrecen, Hungary.
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5. Árpád téri Református Templom
The Reformed Church on Árpád Square is the church of the Reformed parish on Árpád Square in Debrecen. It was designed by Pál Tóásó for 1912. The builder was Imre Vecsey and his wife Karolina Bruckner.
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