Kalocsa Episcopal Palace
The Baroque episcopal palace dates from the late 18C. The façade overlooking the square is symmetrical and solid; an avant-corps topped by a pediment frames the entrance gate. On the opposite side, the building's fine architectural structure faces onto a large park. The library houses 130 000 precious works, including a Bible which belonged to Martin Luther. The frescoes on the first floor are by Franz Anton Maulbertsch, an Austrian artist who decorated many religious buildings in Hungary.
Address:Szent istván utca, 6300 Kalocsa
Price:600 Ft (children 300 Ft)
Apr-Oct: Tue-Sun 9am-7am