Address: Dóm Tér, Szeged, Hungary, HU Located on the Dóm Tér and close to the cathedral (Votive Church) itself, the Dóm Museum is home to a number of religious treasures and important artefacts. Expect to find detailed crosses, goblets, monstrances and art works portraying scenes of religion, collected from all around the Great Plain.
The Dömötör tower The Dömötör tower is the oldest building in Szeged, Hungary. The foundation was most probably laid during the 11th century, while the lower part was built (in Romanesque style) from the 12th century, and the upper part (Gothic style) from the 13th century.
A "nagy víz" azaz az 1879-es tiszai árvíz előtti időkben szinte minden dorozsmai háznak fontos tartozéka volt, konyhai és fűtési szempontból a kemence. A tanyás településeken, falvakban, községekben, de még a mezővárosokban is a mindennapi kenyér megsütése ezekben, a kemencékben általános házi munkának számított, amit rendszerint a háziasszony, vagy a felnőtt nagylány végzett.
The square was named after the piarist priest and teacher András Dugonics, the writer of the first Hungarian novel (Etelka, 1788). He was a language reformer, creator of numerous terms used in Hungarian mathematical language. His statue, which was erected from public donations, was the first statue in public places in Szeged.
Lake Fehér is a lake of Hungary. It is named Fehér (White), because it is white. It is a part of Kiskunság National Park, and it is situated just north of the town of Szeged. It covers an area of 14 square kilometres. Lake Fehér is Hungary's largest saltwater lake.
Our visitors get salami sample, Szeged paprika product sample, wintersalami purchasing discount, and a postcard as a gift. The salami sample contains a slice of crackerbread (gluten free) with three slices of Pick wintersalami on it. The Szeged paprika product sample is a pack containing 10 grams of paprika powder.
When the University of Cluj (Kolozsvár) was relocated to Szeged in 1922 the city donated a 20 acre field to the university in order to establish a botanical garden, thus the history of the Botanical Garden of the University of Szeged (SZTE) already goes back 90 years.
The Szeged Synagogue (Hungarian: Szegedi zsinagóga) is a synagogue in Szeged, Hungary. It is a 1907 building designed by the Jewish Hungarian architect Lipót Baumhorn (1860–1932), whose work is considered to contain the finest examples of the unique fin de siècle Hungarian blending of Art Nouveau and Historicist styles sometimes known as Magyar style.
Szeged is the most important transportation hub in the Southern Great Plain. Two motorways, M5 and M43, lie along the city border. Through the M5 Motorway Szeged is connected to Kecskemét, Kiskunfélegyháza and Budapest in the north direction and to Subotica, Novi Sad and Beograd in Serbia in the south direction.
Kezdőlap > Látnivalók Szegeden > Múzeumok, galériák > Vízügyi Történeti Emlékhely Vízügyi Történeti Emlékhely A Vízügyi Történeti Emlékhelyet az Alsó-Tisza vidéki Vízügyi Igazgatóság az 1970-es évek végén alakította ki a Maros-toroki gátőrtelepen. Az emlékhelyen egyedülálló érdekességű vízügyi gyűjtemény található.
The Votive Church was consecrated on 24th October, 1930. The cathedral of Our Lady of Hungary is the fourth largest church in the country. Its architecture is characterised by the mixture of Roman, gothic and eastern Byzantine style elements. Its interior features curiosities like the organ with 9,040 pipes, the image of Madonna dressed in shepherds felt cloak and Szeged slippers, as well as ...