Churches in Budapest – Budapest Churches & Ecclesiastical Collections

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Budapest Churches – Budapest Church & Ecclesiastical Collections


1074 Budapest, Rózsák tere 8.
The impressive Neo-Gothic spires of this church rise to an impressive 76 metres above the city. Designed by Imre Steindl, the construction was finished in 1901. There is a beautiful rose garden surrounding this Catholic church; thus the name of the square, the "Square of Roses" (Rózsák tere).
A Neo-Gothic church whose main elements were designed by József Hild, featuring a four-coloumn portico at the entrance. The magnificent stain-glass windows are the works of Miksa Róth master artist. The church treasury has 17-18th century liturgical objects on display.
1053 Budapest, Ferenciek tere 9.
A 13th century a monastery and church used to be on where the Inner City Franciscan Church stands today. The current Baroque shape dates back to the 18th century. Some frescoes are the works of Károly Lotz. The Baroque main altar and the statues decorating the altar are worth attention.
1056 Budapest, Március 15. tér 2.
The location at the Pest side of Elisabeth Bridge, across from Gellert Hill, is originally the gravesite of the martyr, Bishop Saint Gellért. The oldest church in Pest was built here in the 12th century, in Roman style, to be destroyed in the Tatar invasion. In the 14th century, the ruins were replaced by a Gothic structure, which was converted into a ...
1014 Budapest, Országház u. 14.
The church is officially called The Church of Our Lady, and served as a coronation church from the 16th century on. Its vast ecclesiastical collection and treasury is open for visitors. During the centuries, the church underwent several major transformations, the first of which was the addendum of the Mary-gate (Mária-kapu), and in 1470, the 60-metre south ...
1014 Budapest, Táncsics Mihály utca 26.
The Medieval Jewish Prayer House is located in the northern part of the Buda Castle District, in Táncsics utca. The tiny Sephardic prayer house was just one of many Jewish places of worship in the area. During the 150-year long Turkish rule in Hungary, many synagogues and Jewish family houses were built here, as Jews held important positions in trade with ...
Built in 1913 in Art Nouveau style, this orthodox synagogue is less frequented by tourists than the Grand Synagogue. Recently restored, it has a lively courtyard and apartments for the local Orthodox Jewish community.
Budapest, Szerb utca 4.
The Baroque Serbian Church is in the historic old part of the Pest side, in an area that had a high Serbian population throughout history. Men and women are separated. The icons date back to the 1850-s, showing a strong Renaissance influence.
1056 Budapest, Váci utca 47/b
Founded by the Dominican Order, the history of this single-naved church dates back to the 1700-s. The Dominicans were followed by the Paulines and the Mary Ward Nuns, who opened and ran a girls school in the adjacent building until 1950. The high altar and the furniture in the sacristy all date from the 1760s and are the work of Dominican friars. The ...
1051 Budapest Szent István tér 1
It is the largest church in Budapest, the 96-metre dome of which can be seen from virtually all parts of the city. The Basilica’s construction begun in 1851, before being taken over by Miklós Ybl, one of the leading architects of the time in 1867 and completed by József Kauser in 1905. The Classicist-style building houses Hungary’s most sacred relic: the ...
1074 Budapest, Dohány u. 2.
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The size of the building, which was inaugurated in 1659, reflects the significance of the Jewish population in the capital in that period. The synagogue was built in four years based on the plans with a Moorish style drawn up by a German architect, Ludwig Förster, who was a teacher at the academy of Vienna. Tivadar Herzl, who was a writer, journalist and a ...
1014 Budapaest, Úri utca 55.
The Church, dating from the middle of the 13th century, originally served as the parish church for the Hungarian citizens of the town (the Mátyás Church was for the use of the town’s German citizens). During the 14th and 15th centuries it was enlarged several times. During the first-half of the Turkish occupation it remained the only Christian church in ...


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