Explore interesting sights in Gyor, 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 8 sights are available in Gyor, Hungary.Sightseeing Tours in Gyor
1. Evangélikus Öregtemplom
The Lutheran old church is located in Győr-Újváros, on the bank of the Rába, in the courtyard of the buildings of the Lutheran Convention. The large, towerless, copf-style church is one of Hungary's most beautiful Lutheran churches. It is one of the most significant monuments of the French style of copf style in Győr. The old church is still the best acoustic interior of Győr, so it hosts numerous concerts. The courtyard and the church can be accessed from Petőfi Square through the classicist red marble gate of the Convention Building.
2. Xantus János Múzeum
The Apátúr House, which houses the János Xántus Museum in Győr, was built in 1741–1742 by Benedek Sajghó, Archabbot of Pannonhalma. The magnificent Baroque palace became the home of the museum in 1949. János Xántus, naturalist, traveler and ethnographer attended school in Győr. The museum in Győr was established in 1859 from the collection of antiquities founded by archaeologist Flóris Rómer. The collection was managed by the Benedictine Order until 1949, when it was nationalized.
3. Loyolai Szent Ignác bencés templom
The St. Ignatius Benedictine Church of Loyola is a two-towered early baroque church, located on Széchenyi Square, the main square of downtown Győr. It is the earliest church built in Baroque style in today's Hungary, one of the most beautiful examples of Italian early Baroque architecture. Together with its furnishings, it preserves the oldest artifacts in the history of the Hungarian Baroque, making it irreplaceable and invaluable from the point of view of Hungarian art history.
4. Karmelita templom
The Carmelite Church of Győr is one of the most important monumental churches of the city, the most significant building in terms of the cityscape of Vienna Gate Square, which is the western gate of the historical city center. 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 characteristics.
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.
7. Vásárhelyi Pál gyalogoshíd emlékjel
The Pál Bridge of Vásárhely was a pedestrian bridge with a single pylon in Győr, connecting Révfalu with the Sziget district. It spanned over the Mosoni-Danube. It was opened to traffic on 16 August 1969.
8. Nádorvárosi Evangélikus Újtemplom
The Lutheran Church of Palatine City is located in Győr, on the main street of Palatine City, on Baross Road. The brick church covered with a wooden dome is an outstanding work of Hungarian folk Art Nouveau.
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