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Wine and History Tour to Villany and Pecs from Budapest - Heritage of Hungary
"Hungary’s first official wine road declared to be in 1994 the Villany-Siklos wine route connects through eleven towns and villages in a protected wine-growing area. It is one of the sunniest wine districts of Hungary where in the mild sub-Mediterranean climate the grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc Blue Portuguese
From $560.00
 
Wine and History Tour to Villany and Pecs from Budapest - Heritage of Hungary
"Hungary’s first official wine road declared to be in 1994 the Villany-Siklos wine route connects through eleven towns and villages in a protected wine-growing area. It is one of the sunniest wine districts of Hungary where in the mild sub-Mediterranean climate the grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc Blue Portuguese
From $560.00
 
Osijek Historical Walk
"Meet your guide and start your historic walking tour. See the plague monument located at the Holy Trinity square in the 18th century built fortress. Walk through the lovely baroque streets with your guide giving you all the juicy stories and information. and continued by a stroll through the most beautiful Art Nouveau street in Osijek called the European Avenue.You will finish your walk at the Ante Starcevic square - the main square which actually has underground heating and with a visit to the conca"""Join for a walk through the medieval fortress of Osijek all the way to the main square with entrance to the concathedral of St. Peter and Paul. Learn about rich history and architecture - baroque art nouveau and neo gothic. Experience how the town 'breathes' how people live today and what tomorrow brings."title=Highlights&1=Comprehensive+tour+of+the+city&2=Great+overview+and+orientation+of+the+city&3=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide
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Barbican

The Barbican (Barbakan bastya) is a 15th century outlook tower, which once belonged to the fortification system of the Bishop's Castle. Its purpose was to protect the seat of the bishop against the...
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Havi Hill Chapel

The history of the Havi Hill Chapel (Havi-hegy kapolna) dates back to the end of the 17th century, when it was built to commemorate the end of the plague in the town. It is said that all building...
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St. Peter and Paul Basilica

The history of the St. Peter and Paul Basilica (Szent Peter es Pal Bazilika) dates back to the 11th century, when a Romanesque cathedral was built on this site.During massive reconstructions between...
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Statue of the Holy Trinity

The Statue of the Holy Trinity (Szentharomsag-szobor) commemorates the victims of an early 18th century epidemic plaques. The first statue was already erected in 1714, but replaced by a new one in...
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Calvary Hill

The Calvary Hill (Kalvaria) commemorates the sufferings of Jesus Christ, which are depicted on 14 stations. Ten of these were erected in the early 19th century by the Jesuits.In 1812 a neoclassic...
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Mosque Church of Gazi Kasim Pasha

The former Mosque of Gazi Kasim Pasha (Gazi Kaszim pasa dzsamija) has been transformed to a Roman Catholic Church (Belvarosi plebania templom), hence the building is often refered to as Mosque...
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Church of the Hospitaller Brothers

The history of the Church of the Hospitaller Brothers dates back to 1727 when it was built by the Capuchin friars. It is also known as Ignorantine Church (Irgalmasrendi templom).The church's patron is...
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Zsolnay Fountain

The Zsolnay Fountain was completed in 1912 after designs of the architect Andor Pilch. Due to missing funds and the outbreak of WWI, the city only erected it at its current place in 1930.The fountain...
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St. Augustus Church

The first church on the site of the St. Augustus Church was built in the Middle Ages. It was converted into a mosque during the Ottoman era. The current St. Augustus Church (Szent Agoston templom) was...
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Synagogue

The Synagogue of Pecs (Zsinagoga) was consecrated in 1869 after more than 4 years of construction. The architects were Karoly Gerster, Lipot Kauser and Frigyes Feszl, of whom the latter also designed...
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Tettye Ruins

The Tettye Ruins (Tettyei romok) are the remains of the Bishop György Szathmary summer palace. It was built in Renaissance style at the beginning of the 16th century.During the Turkish era in the...
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The Cross

The reinforced concrete Cross is actually only T-shaped and shows the crucified Jesus Christ. It was created by the local sculptor Sandor Retfalvi and erected in 1973.Due to its position on a white...
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All Saints' Church

The history of the All Saints' Church (Mindenszentek temploma) dates back to the 13 century, when a Romanesque church was built on this site. The current All Saints' Church was constructed in Gothic...
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Our Lady Convent Church

The Catholic Our Lady Convent Church (Miasszonyunk Zardatemplom) is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. It was constructed in Baroque style in 1727, but later in the middle of the 19th century it was...
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