Historia

The General’s House, 18th century civic house in Zalár József Street, its architect-builder was Pichler György. Named after the fact that the city had it built as generals’ accommodation place by...
The Lyceum is the most monumental and one of the most dominant buildings of Eger, the bulk of which defines the inner city. On 29 June 1762, when Eszterházy Károly took the see of the bishop of Eger...
The Minaret, built in the early 17th century and at one time part of neighbouring Kethüdá mosque, stands at the beginning of Knézich Károly utca. Evlia Cselebi, Turkish globetrotter also commemorated...
In the early 18th century, the Minorite Church stood in the square, close by the creek. The façade and entrance of this church opened right onto the ramp of the small wooden bridge over Eger Creek....
At the very beginning of the 18th century, the town hall building was still in Hosszú utca, along the east side of present-day Széchenyi utca, at current number 12; at that time, this was the most...
Turkish bath culture knows two types of public baths, the first with one larger and several smaller pools, this is ilidza, while the second is a steam bath, or hammam. In his description of Eger,...
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