5 Sights in Veszprém, Hungary (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Veszprém, 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 Veszprém, Hungary.

Sightseeing Tours in Veszprém

1. Érseki palota

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Érseki palota

The Archbishop's Palace in Veszprém is one of the most significant buildings of the castle in Veszprém. The building was built between 1765 and 1776 according to the plans of Jakab Fellner. The Bishop's Palace – since 1993 – is one of the outstanding masterpieces of Hungarian Baroque architecture. The building, typically in Baroque style, forms a U-shape. The remains of the old buildings were incorporated into the palace, and then the remaining ruins of the old royal or old bishop's palace disappeared. Its library has about 60,000 volumes.

Wikipedia: Érseki palota (Veszprém) (HU)

2. Boldog Gizella kápolna

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The Gizella Chapel is the oldest building in Veszprém. The once two-storey chapel is located in the castle district, between the archbishop's and the grand provost's palaces. Its 13th-century frescoes are among the oldest in Hungary; Its vault keystones and chapters decorated with dragon figures are also unique. Although its original patron saint is unknown, an inscription placed above its gate in 1938 proclaims: Memoriae Beatae Giselae Sacrum, i.e. dedicated to the memory of Blessed Gisela.

Wikipedia: Gizella-kápolna (HU)

3. Laczkó Dezső Museum

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Laczkó Dezső Museum Kiss Tamás (Kit36a a(z) magyar Wikipédia projektből) / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Laczkó Dezső Museum is the most important museum in Veszprém and Veszprém counties. The institution, which contains some 260,000 works of art, 250,000 documents and photographs, 24,100 books and 12,800 periodicals, presenting the history of the city and Veszprém county, was initially called the Museum of Veszprém County, then from 1951 the Bakony Museum; Since March 1, 1990 it bears the name of Dezső Laczkó.

Wikipedia: Laczkó Dezső Múzeum (HU), Website

4. Petőfi Színház

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The Petőfi Theatre in Veszprém is one of the theatres of the city. Its main building is located in the city centre, on Óvári Ferenc Street, at the northern end of the Theatre Garden, it is under monument protection, in Art Nouveau style.

Wikipedia: Veszprémi Petőfi Színház (HU), Website

5. Szent Mihály székesegyház

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St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica, also called Veszprém Cathedral, is a religious building of the Catholic Church that serves as the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Veszprém and is located in the city of Veszprém, Hungary.

Wikipedia: St. Michael's Cathedral, Veszprém (EN), Url Miserend


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