Bécsi kapu tér

On this peaceful square surrounded by small petites houses with multi-coloured rococo style façades multicoloured decorated with stuccos (see Nos. 3 and 5) where the Saturday market was once held. There you will see the Lutheran Church (end of 19th Century), the neo-Roman building of the National Archives, that may be recognised through it beautiful glazed roof as well as a monument to the memory of Ferenc Kazinczy, a writer and great defender of the Hungarian language.

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