Szeged
Szeged
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Szeged The Essential
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Szeged is a charming, beautiful city and the sunniest place in Hungary. Formerly a centre of salt distribution, Szeged suffered a catastrophe on the night of 12 March 1879, when the Tisza flooded. Fewer than 300 houses withstood the damage and the town was entirely rebuilt to plans by the architect Lajos Lechner, who had helped remodel Budapest. Although Szeged has been unable to retain all its old buildings, it is nonetheless a pleasant place to visit with its wide squares, parks and gardens.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Szeged
Szeged's New Synagogue
Szeged's New Synagogue
The synagogue in Szeged is considered
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Klauzál Square
Klauzál Square
On the elegant, beautifully laid out
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Ferenc Móra Museum
Ferenc Móra Museum
Móra Ferenc museum is housed in a
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Széchenyi Square
Széchenyi Square
The huge 5-hectare square in the middle
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Szeged's University Quarter
Szeged's University Quarter
It is worth spending some time in this
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Szeged Lower Town Church
Szeged Lower Town Church
The district has kept an almost
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