Historia

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...
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...
Gárdonyi Géza (originally Ziegler Géza, born in Agárdpuszta, on 3 August 1863), writer, poet, playwright, journalist, teacher and an honorary member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. A figure of...
Gerl Mátyás, in German: Matthias Franz Gerl (1712 – 1765) Austrian architect, was the uncle of Gerl József, that is, Josef Ignaz Gerl, the original designer of the Lyceum. He built many churches,...
Katona István, historiographer: he was born on 13 December 1732, in Bolyk, Nógrád County. He joined the Jesuit Order on 30 October 1750, he studied in Kosice and Trnava. He was ordained in 1761, and...
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...
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,...
Pusztai Ágoston Tinódi Lantos Sebestyén title, his creation was made in 2002 here onto avoided placement. It named a public domain this after Dózsa György originally adequately Tinódi Sebestyén tér...
Kisfaludi Strobl Zsigmond receives new placement in the framework of the rehabilitative project: Border Castle Soldiers, his sculpture composition was made in 1967. They dubbed the site Border Castle...
Zalár (Hizli) József (1825-1914), poet. Studied philosophy and theology in Eger. In 1844, he became a lawyer. As a volunteer, he participated in the war of independence. In 1849, he was Damjanich’s...