Church, Monastery, and Hospital of the Elizabeth Nuns
The church was originally built for the Franciscan Order, between 1731 and 1757, in the Baroque style. In 1785 the church and the monastery were given as a gift to the Healing Order of Nuns by Emperor Joseph II. The cloister/monastery, which stands next to the church, was later converted into a hospital and, at the end of the 19th century, a Baroque style side-wing was added.
Attraction: The Church, Monastery, and Hospital of the Elizabeth Nuns (Erzsébet apácák temploma, kolostora és kórháza)
Location: Buda, I. district
Address: Budapest, Batthyány tér 1