Historia

At the location known today as Dobó István tér 3., in the place of the building currently standing at the corner of Gerl Mátyás utca (Gerl Mátyás Street), there had been a house as early as in the...
8 Knézich Károly Str. Public building, former home to the Catholic Bachelors' Association, today Bartakovics Béla Community Hall of the Eger Culture and Arts Centre. The Eger Catholic Bachelors'...
The Bazilika or – as affectionately called by the locals – “the big church” was built between 1832 and 1837 in Classicist style, at the order of János László Pyrker, Archbishop of Eger. This...
The maker, Kisfaludi Strobl Zsigmond (also the student of Stróbl Alajos) had the plan of the sculpture composition depicting the fight of Hungarian solders and the Turkish horseman already in 1930,...
Herner House (Calvin House): The so-called Herner House (at present: Calvin House) stands at Markhot Ferenc u. 2. (in the 18th century: Ispotály utca), built in the first third of the 18th century,...
Kálvin ház
Dobó István Square: After the Turks left, from the 18th century, it was known under the name of Hungarian Market, then it became Market Square, after which it became Kossuth Square. It developed into...
The statue – the work of Strobl Alajos – was inaugurated on 18 August 1907; the inauguration ceremony was linked to the 17th National Song Festival. The series of events was opened by Archbishop...
The Minorite Bridge. The bridge is of medieval origin, mentioned from the 16th century as a stone bridge. It is mentioned as a stone bridge even in the 1690 census, however, it is not exactly known...
Office building, which was built in 1966.
Dr. Hibay Károly (Szeged, 1890 – Eger, 1924). His father was the pharmacist of Kígyó Pharmacy, he got his medical degree in 1913. During the 1st World War, he served on the Italian front, and...

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