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1. Evangélikus Öregtemplom
The Lutheran old church is located in Győr-Újváros, on the banks of the Rába, in the courtyard of the buildings of the Lutheran Convention. The large, towerless, copf-style church is one of Hungary most beautiful Lutheran churches. One of the most significant memories of the French trend of the copf style in Győr. Even today, the old church is the best acoustic interior of Győr, so it hosts many concerts. You can get to the courtyard from Petőfi Square through the neoclassical red marble gate of the Convention Building.
2. Xantus János Múzeum
In 1741–1742, the Abbot House, which houses the János Xántus Museum in Győr, was built by Benedict Sajghó, abbot of Pannonhalma. The magnificent Baroque palace became the home of the museum in 1949. The namesake of the institute, János Xántus, naturalist, traveller and ethnographer, attended school in Győr. The museum in Győr was established in 1859 from the antiquities collection founded by the archaeologist Flóris Rómer. The collection was managed by the Benedictine order until 1949, when it was nationalized.
3. Karmelita templom
The Carmelite Church of Győr is one of the most important monumental churches in the city, the most defining building in the cityscape of Vienna Gate Square, the western gate of the historical downtown. The church is a masterpiece of Baroque architecture. Its silhouette, which can be seen from many places in the city, is an indispensable part of the cityscape of Győr, one of its features.
4. Loyolai Szent Ignác bencés templom
The Benedictine Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola is a two-towered early Baroque church, Hungary standing on Széchenyi Square, the main square of downtown Győr. Together with its furnishings, it preserves the oldest artifacts of the history of the Hungarian Baroque, making it irreplaceable and invaluable for the history of Hungarian art.
5. Győri Nemzeti Színház
The National Theatre of Győr is a theatre in Győr, Hungary. Opened on 2 November 1978, it is the main theatre of the Győr-Moson-Sopron region. Until January 1, 1992, it bore the name Kisfaludy Károly Theatre. In 2008 the number of visitors was 128,283, thus the theatre ranks as the 6th most visited in the country.
The former synagogue of Győr is located in the New Town, at Kossuth Lajos street 5. It was built in the 19th century in the historical and Art Nouveau style. Today it serves as a museum building and hosts cultural events.
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