Votive Church

After the Great Flood (1879) destroying the city, the people of Szeged made an oath to build a majestic catholic church. Following a long period of planning and several debates it wasn’t until 1913 that the construction started. Being too costly, the original plans of Frigyes Schulek were modified by Ernő Foerk. The construction of the church came to a halt because of World War I, and it wasn’t continued until 1923. 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 the statue ‘Christ on the Cross’ by János Fadrusz, who won the main prize at Paris World’s Fair in 1900.

Information

Information:
Tel: +36-20/385-5061
dom.ajandekbolt@gmail.com
www.szegedidom.com

 

Szeged Cathedral Visitor Centre:

Opening hours:
Tuesday-Sunday 09.00-17.00
Monday: szünnap

Combinated Prices: (Tower + Exhibiton)

Adult: 1000 HUF

Pensioner/Student: 600 HUF

Family: (2 adults+max 2 children, under 18 yers old) 2600 HUF

Groups: (20 Persons) – 10 % Reduction

 

The church can be visited from Monday to Sunday: 08.00-17.00 except for masses and ceremonies.
Admission is for free.

Admission fee for the Tower: 600 HUF/adult, 400 HUF/students, pensioners. 10% discount for groups with more than 20 members, 20% discount for groups with more than 50 members.

Exhibition:

Adult: 500 HUF

Students, pensioners: 300 HUF

Family:( 2 adults + max. 2 children) 1300 HUF

Tourist guide in Hungarian  can be organized with prior arrangement for 10.000 HUF/group.

Tourist guide in English, German  can be organized with prior arrangement for 12.000 HUF/group.

Mass: Monday-Saturday 07.00 and 18.00, Sunday 8.30, 10.00, 11.30, 18.00.

 

Web: www.szegedidom.com

ADDRESS:

6720 Szeged, Dóm tér

 

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