Lutheran Church

The church tower was built between 1902 and 1906. The larger of the two bells was smelt down in 1915. The new great bell cast after World War I was inaugurated on 12 August 1923. The following inscriptions can be read on the bell: “I declare death by mourning, and life by awakening: I am the resurrection and life.”
The congregation decided to build a church on 23 May 1993. The designer of the church was Tamás Nagy, an Ybl Price-winning architect. The groundbreaking ceremony was held in the framework of the bishop’s visit and a love feast on 16 October 1994. The church was sanctified on 21 September 1997. A memorial park was established in the ca. 1200 square metres territory behind the church in 2017.

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