Parks, Squares, Gardens, Rivers 20 results
  • Klauzál Square

    The value preserving reconstruction of Kárász Street and Klauzál Square was recognised with the Europe Nostra Award in 2004.
  • Széchenyi Square

    The western walls of the castle built on the bank of the River Tisza in the 13th century were situated in the present Széchenyi Square...
  • Béla Rerrich Square

    The square was named after the designer of the building complex in Dóm Square, the first remarkable figure in Hungarian landscape architecture.
  • Indóház square

    Indóház square is one of the gates of Szeged, as most of the visitors who come to the city by ...
  • Szent György square

    Szent György tér (Saint George Square) at József Attila Avenue, received its name after an old ...
  • Dugonics Square

    The square was named after the piarist priest and teacher András Dugonics, the writer of the first Hungarian novel (Etelka, 1788).
  • Botanical Garden

    When the University of Kolozsvár moved to Szeged in 1922, the city donated a land of 20 kh to it to establish a botanical garden.
  • The River Tisza

    The river Tisza is the longest river in Hungary, it has its source in the Eastern Carpathians and it meets the Danube flowing through Serbia.
  • Lechner square

    It is a spacious, grassy square among low buildings, with the Saint Rosalie Greek Catholic chapel ...
  • SZENT ISTVÁN SQUARE AND THE WATER TOWER

    A nicely created park and a curiosity in the history of industry, the country's first water tower made of reinforced concrete await visitors in Saint Steven Square.
  • Roosevelt tér

    In the XX. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Makai Market was held on Roosevelt Square, ...
  • Arad Martyrs Square

    In the centre of the square of irregular shape stands the nicely proportioned equestrian statue of Ferenc Rákóczi II.