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The neo-Gothic building was built in the nineteenth century

Inner City Calvinist Church Budapest

Address: 9th district, Kálvin tér

 

The neo-Gothic building was built in the nineteenth century, according to the plans of the great Hungarian architect József Hild, who also planned interior structures, such as the four-columned great porch, the organ loft and the pulpit. Miksa Róth, a master craftsman of stained glass, designed the acclaimed windows. Liturgical objects from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries are to be seen in the treasury.

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