Here you can find interesting sights in Gyor, Hungary. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Gyor, Hungary.Back to the list of cities in Hungary
1. Evangélikus Öregtemplom
The Lutheran Old Church is located in Győr-Újváros, on the coast of the Rába in the courtyard of the Lutheran Convention. The large, tower -free, COPF -style church is one of the most beautiful Lutheran temples in Hungary. One of the most significant memories of the French trend in the Copf style in Győr. The old church is still Győr's best acoustics interior, so it hosts many concerts. The church can be accessed from the church from Petőfi Square through the classicist red marble gate of the convent building.
2. Xantus János Múzeum
In 1741-1742, Benedek Sajghó built the high father of Pannonhalma in 1741-1742. The magnificent Baroque palace became the home of the museum in 1949. The name of the institute was János Xántus, a nature researcher, traveler and ethnographer, to school in Győr. The Győr Museum was established in 1859 from an antique library founded by the Archaeologist Rómer. The collection was managed by the Benedictine Order until 1949, when it was nationalized.
3. Karmelita templom
Muslim Camerita Church is one of the most important monument temples in the city, and it is the most characteristic building in Vienna Gate Square, which represents the west gate of the historical center city. The church is a masterpiece of Baroque architecture. His silhouette, which can be seen from many places in the city, has an underdeveloped connection with his Gyro city image, which is a characteristic of him.
4. Loyolai Szent Ignác bencés templom
St. Ignatius of Loyola, Benedictine Church, is a two -tower Baroque church on the main square of Győr, Széchenyi Square. Today's earliest Baroque temple in Hungary is one of the most beautiful examples of Italian age Baroque architecture. Together with its equipment, it preserves the oldest material memories of the history of the Hungarian Baroque, so it is irreplaceable and invaluable for domestic art history.
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