Historia

Knézich (correctly: Knezić) Károly (1808-1849): he was transferred to Eger in the early 1840s, where, on 14 July 1842, he became engaged to a senator's daughter, Kapitány Katalin. They got married in...
Friars’ Bridge. The next bridge is also of Medieval origin, with a very important military function. The brushwood path of the moorland leading to the castle entrance was connected here, at the...
Lenkey János Primary School. The school was built in 1929, as an eight-grade public elementary school, within the Klebelsberg Kunó school construction program. For years it was nicknamed "fish" for...
Markhot Ferenc (1718-1792), was born in the village of Vittenc (Nyitra County). He graduated from the University of Bologna, one of the most outstanding institutions of higher education of the time,...
This late Baroque residential building located at Dobó István tér 5. on the bank of the Eger stream was constructed in the second half of the 18th century by the master builder János Povolni. Before...
Late Baroque residential building located at Dobó tér 8. on the south bank of the Eger stream, opposite Offenbacher House. The building was created by the merger of two adjacent plots. The merchant...
11 Dobó István Square (Kis Dobó Square) Residential house, the former Boldogi House (incorrectly Tury House), currently Senator House. The house already stood in 1727. The early vaults of the ground...
In the place of today’s building located in the former Újvilág, currently Hibay Károly utca (Hibay Károly Street), the house of the master tanner József Heinemann had stood, which had to be...
Meszes-köz Bridge. This crossing over the creek most likely dates back to the Middle Ages as this was the shortest route from Káptalan sor, currently Knézich Károly utca, to the centre of the town....
The Archbishop’s Palace: parallel with the rehabilitation of the inner city of Eger, the conversion of the Bishop’s Palace into a tourist visitor centre is taking place. The current phase of the...

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