Inner City Parish Church
The church belongs among the capital’s most eminent historic monuments. The changes made to the building’s structure over the years mirror the periods of major architectural style changes in the city.
During the 14th century, the originally 11th century, Romanesque church, was rebuilt in the Gothic style. Under the Turkish occupation it was converted into a mosque; the two mihrab niches serve as a reminder of this period. It was given its current Baroque form between the years 1725 and 1739.
The elements of the two predominant styles, the Gothic and the Baroque, are equally evident on both the interior and the exterior of the church.
Attraction: The Inner-City Parish Church (Belvárosi plébániatemplom)
Location: Pest, V. district
Transport: M3 Ferenciek tere
Address: Budapest, Március 15 tér 2