The area of present-day Transdanubia used to belong to the Roman Empire as part of the province of Pannonia. Pannonia was organised into a separate province in 10 AD. Owing to that a large number of monuments have remained in the Pécs area. The most significant of which are the Paleochristian graves uncovered in the area of the Roman-age necropolis in and around Szent István square.
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Outside Pécs the county prides itself on another nearly known Roman archaeological sites, the most significant of which are the permanent military camp at Dunaszekcső Lugio and in Kölked Altinum and the villas in Hosszúhetény and Mecsekjánosi. Paleochristian necropolis: World Heritage site The size and richness of the Pécs paleochristian burial complex is the most significant among the historical relics of necropolises outside Italy.
To date 16 burial chambers, hundreds of graves and within them thousands of buried late-Roman objects have been found. The uncovering of the burial structure of the Cella Septichora, connecting the underground burial chambers and their utilisation for tourism was realised by owing to a successful European union competition: as part of the Cella Septichora visitor centre and of the underground archaeological site, the wine-pitcher burial chamber, the Peter-Paul burial chamber and burial chambers III, IV and XX can be viewed.
The Cella Septichora, the lar gest known building of the Pécs paleochristian burial site so far, received its name for its seven-foiled floor plan. According to the evidence from the excavations the paleochristian mausoleum must have been built in the 70s or 80s of the 4th century. Ottoman age monuments The architectural remains of the close to years of the Ottoman occupation of Hungary can be mostly found in the county in Pécs. The mosque of Pasha Gazi Kassim — which now operates as a catholic church — stands in the main square of the city.
The türbe of Baba Idris in Pécs, which is an octagonal based, domed burial site built after the Ottoman occupation, is also worth a mention, together with the mosque of Bey Malkoch in Siklós. The Hungarian-Turkish Friendship Park just outside Szigetvár, although not built during the Ottoman era, commemorates the reconciliation of the two peoples after the wars with the Turks.
The Mohács Historical Memorial Place stands as a memorial to the battle against the Turks, which determined the history of the country, on the very site of the battlefield, along the road from Mohács to Sátorhely.
The Directorate of the Danube-Drava national Park is going to renovate the memorial place by the end of with European union and government funds.
The castle, with Miklós Zrínyi, legjobb anti aging commander of the castle and his Hungarian and Croatian soldiers fighting to the bitter end, has become the symbol of the fights against the Ottomans.
Sultan Suleiman attacked the fortress, which consisted of a number of castles and stood out from the marshes, in the summer ofand then reconstructed the almost entirely demolished castle that had consisted of three parts into a single, joined up castle, which even after being destroyed and rebuilt many times has still retained its 16th century earthwork character.
Following the renovations starting in it will still remain a muchliked tourist destination, as the venue of the Zrínyi Days one of the oldest traditional memorial celebrations in Hungary, first organised in Siklós The Siklós castle is one of our most intact, most homogeneous historical monuments. The castle district is surrounded by an almostonekilometrelong defence line, crenellated, battlemented high external castle wall punctuated by towers, and with a moat system.
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Following the recapture of Siklós in the construction of the correvon suisse anti aging enormous castle began, which was completed by the middle of the 18th century. The castle is at present in the care of the town of Siklós, and its largescale renovation is due to start in Siklós w w w.
The part that has been left most intact is the cannon tower of the southeastern corner, named the Old Tower currently a hotel. The ruins of the monastery building can be viewed at the northwestern part of the castle.
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The castle museum gives visitors a taste of the medieval flourishing of one of the oldest domestic Benedictine monasteries, but together with an exhibition of the history of the castle it is also a venue for art exhibitions. The stillviewable characteristic castle keep was built in the s. The nowviewable castle walls were built on the medieval surrounding wall in the 18th century Máré castle, Magyaregregy The Máré castle stands on a mountain top in the eastern Mecsek surrounded by forests, outside Magyaregregy.
It was rebuilt in the renaissance style in the 16th century.
It was partially destroyed by the Ottomans inbut their sentries were still stationed here in It was mentioned in as the property of the Pécs bishop, as being merely derelict ruins. Following this it stood ownerless for nearly years until it was renovated in the s.
The range of programmes in Baranya outside the county seat can be complemented by a visit to the historical memorial place in Mohács, which commemorates the lost battle against the Turks in Sátorhely, or by visiting the beautiful arboretum in Püspökszentlászló, which belongs to the village of Hosszúhetény.
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Among the Reformed churches possibly the most beautiful and intimate is the Reformed church in Drávaiványi in the Ormánság region, which has a painted coffer-work ceiling. The ecclesiastical heritage of the county is also complemented by the late Baroque Catholic church of Saint John of nepomuk in Bóly, and the Serbian Orthodox church in Majs. Probably the most renowned church in Baranya visited by most peo- Mohács ple from the greatest distances is the relic church in Máriagyűd dedicated to the Blessed Virgin with the Sickle, which has been a place of pilgrimage for a long time owing to the frequent answering of prayers and the 17th century manifestations of Mary.
Village museum houses and museums After Budapest Pécs has the most diverse choice of museums in Hungary, including collections of fine arts and industrial arts alike. The most outstanding museums are the Modern Hungarian Gallery, introducing contemporary modern art, the Zsolnay anti aging és wellness központ novi mi collection, the Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka exhibition and the Vasarely Museum.
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The rich ethnographic treasures and architectural monuments of the county can be viewed in a large number of towns and villages. People interested in folk crafts can view eg a pottery workshop in Kárász, a blue-dye workshop in nagynyárád, a decorated egg collection and a straw treasury in Zengővárkony.
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A local history exhibition or a village museum can be found in many villages and towns. Visitors can see a German nationality Village Museum House in Ófalu, a village museum house and ethnographic workshop in Magyarlukafa, a Šokci village museum in Kásád, a local history and ethnography collection in Szentlászló.
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Traditions It is traditional in a large number of towns and villages to hold church celebrations and patronal festivals. The most famous of which is the patronal festival in Máriagyűd. Owing to the honour of the statue of the Virgin Mary here, manifestations and answering of prayers it was considered a cult site in the Árpád age.
The Mohács Busó Festival The Busó Festival, the widely-known folk tradition of the Šokci people living in Mohács, belongs to the family of celebrations seeing off the winter, welcoming spring, giving protection and invoking fertility.
The original purpose of the Busó groups - blowing horns, shaking rattles and cow bells was to walk from house anti aging és wellness központ novi mi house to express their good wishes, perform their magic and receive donations of food and drink, but by now this folk tradition has been channelled into the service of tourism and consequently has lost a lot of the original traditions, however, it has gained a lot in spectacle.
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