6 Sights in Komárno, Slovakia (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Komárno, Slovakia. 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 6 sights are available in Komárno, Slovakia.

List of cities in Slovakia Sightseeing Tours in Komárno

1. Kaplnka sv. Anny

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Santa Ana Chapel in Komaromi is at the southern end of Yokai Street, adjacent to City Hall. He's standing next to me, number six. Several houses built by the will of the mayor of Comoros, MiletichBorbala, in 1709. The rich widow left the poor two shops and a house. The construction of the chapel was only completed in 1750, but soon after, it was destroyed in an earthquake (1763), followed by 1768. Burned down on May 10th. He also supported the workhouse he founded in 1802, the canon on the lathe of Banenkov Ignak, with a considerable sum of money. The alien accepts 12 poor people who can make requests twice a year in the city.

Wikipedia: Szent Anna-kápolna (Komárom) (HU)

2. Jókaiho divadlo v Komárne

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The Jókai Theatre in Komárom is one of the two Hungarian-language theatres operating in Slovakia, in addition to the Thália Theatre in Košice. As the successor of the Hungarian Regional Theatre (Matesz), founded in 1952, it plays an important role in the public education of hungarians in Slovakia. It took its current name on June 1, 1990. It is maintained by the municipality of the Nitra district.

Wikipedia: Komáromi Jókai Színház (HU)

3. Chrám Obetovania Panny Márie

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Chrám Obetovania Panny Márie Szeder László / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Orthodox church of Révkomárom, dedicated to the introduction of the Mother of God into the church, is located in Nádor street, on the corner of Kertész street, at the foot of the driveway leading to the bridge of the Little Danube. The church stands in the courtyard of the building at 32 Nádor Street, erected by the Orthodox parish in 1904.

Wikipedia: Ortodox templom (Komárom) (HU)

4. Trojičný stĺp

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Trojičný stĺp Szeder László / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Trinity statue in Komaromi is the oldest public square sculpture in the city. Located on the west side of Clapka Square, the city's main square, opposite Tzihi Palace in front of the former Kovac pharmacy. In 1715, Thanksgiving Day was established from 1710 to 1711. After the annual plague epidemic.

Wikipedia: Szentháromság-szobor (Komárom) (HU)

5. Vodárenská veža

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Vodárenská veža Szeder László / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Comoros Water Tower (Water Tower) was built in 1902 in the spirit of romanticism of the times. It is considered to be the characteristic building of Comano. The 28-meter structure from the early last century is still operational, but it is no longer used due to the increase of pressure ratio.

Wikipedia: Vodárenská veža (Komárno) (SK)

6. Bazilika svätého Ondreja

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Bazilika svätého Ondreja Szeder László / CC-BY-SA-3.0

San Andres-Brasilia in Comaromi is the city's most important church and one of the city's leading buildings. Located on Nado Street, opposite the Menti Museum Building on Danube River. In the form of wheat, it was built in baroque style between 1768 and 1771.

Wikipedia: Szent András-bazilika (Komárom) (HU)

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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