Eger Minaret

Interesting
Eger remained under Ottoman domination from 1596 to 1687. During this 90-year period, the Turks laid out the town according to their customs and needs, building mosques and baths. Very little remains today of this era and only the minaret is well conserved. Over 40m high, it has 14 sides and is well worth a visit.

Useful information

Address : 

Knézich Károly út 2, 3300 Eger

Phone:

+36 36 517 000

Price:

300 huf

Opening hours

Apr-Oct: 10am-6pm; rest of year: 10am-5pm

Nearby tourist attractions

Eger Art Gallery
Eger Art Gallery
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Blockhouses of Eger
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Eger Castle Eger Castle
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A steep path leads up to the fortified
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Eger Main square
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Small Provost's Palace
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Blockhouses of Eger
Blockhouses of Eger
An impressive network of underground
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Eger Castle Eger Castle
Eger Castle
A steep path leads up to the fortified
1:30
Eger Main square
Eger Main square
Dobó István tér is the town's main
0:15
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Eger Art Gallery
Eger Art Gallery
Housed in a building to the left of the
1:30
Eger Castle Eger Castle
Eger Castle
A steep path leads up to the fortified
1:30
Small Provost's Palace
Small Provost's Palace
The provost's palace is a Baroque
1:30
See all