The oldest building of the village, the Roman Catholic Church, was built in 1777 in the Baroque style,of which the most interesting feature is its spire. Amongst the furnitures of the interior, the pews carved out of oak wood, the Baroque pulpit made of wood, the shell adorned altar chest and the sculptures of the font reflect the character of their age. ...
The outskirts of town in memory of Csörsz ditch 2000th monument was inaugurated in the year, which is found at the end of the 1990s was established in memory of Avar Period graves. The structures around ornamental plants for landscaping is installed.Location: Ároktő (Tiszadorogma, Mezőcsát, Pathways towards Tiszacsege node)
Göncz Árpád inaugurated the bust in 2003. The bust was made by Györfi Sándor sculptor. The sculpture was made from bronze and limestone. Ember Mária was born in Abádszalók and she's a honorary citizen of the city. The Bust was placed into the front of the Library which is also named after her.
Rememberance Statue of the II. World War's Victims in Abádszalók was initiated in 30.th of oktober 1999. The statue was set up in the front of the Mayor Office. The sculpture was made of bronze, limestone and basalt.
The Prónay Palace built in around 1820 in neo-classical style nowadays functions as a hospital. In its former landscape garden and natural park you can find an English oak tree with the biggest circumference - of 5m - in Hungary. There are only two bigger bald cypresses in the country than the one living here. Considerable bird colony lives in the park.
Protestant (Calvinist) Church of Abádszalók - One-naved, polygonal closed church, which had been built to replace a timber church in 1789, then it was rebuilt in 1887. The church was equipped in copf – style and it is a national monument. Its seating capacity: 320 / standing capacity: 100. The church was renovated on the exterior side between (19 ...
The statue is forming a soldier who's name is Pál Kovács and standing in the center of the city. The sculptur was first set up in 1927 by it's maker Simon Kemény. It was reinitiated after a restauration in 30.july.2007.
The city of Abádszalok once was two village: Tisza Abád and Tisza Szalok. These two place were united and become a new village with a new name of it as Abádszalók in 1896. This remembrance statue was set up in 2006 by the local council.
The monument, a late Baroque-style Catholic church was built between 1797 and 1800. The Glorification of the Holy Cross church dedicated to the image side-Immaculata took over. The device: the high altar, the pulpit and the pews were made around 1790 also. The main-and side-and the pulpit style of Louis XVI.
The Church’s wall was mostly built by bricks, partially from stones. Architectually it is a singel-vessel Hall with Choir church. The Main-Altar is built on the same period as the Church itself. This Altar is made from wood, and there’s an oilpainting picture portraying the Holy – Cross on the wall above it. The lateral-altar was made by wood, there ...
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