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Miskolc - légifotó

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Miskolc - légifotó

Discover the most beautiful and interesting sights of Miskolc!

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Statue of Kálmán Kandó

Kandó Kálmán-szobor

The full-length limestone statue of Kálmán Kandó (1869-1931), mechanical engineer, pioneer of railway electrification, masterpiece of Károly Antal sculpted in 1967 stands in the square in front of the Tiszai Railway Station.

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Bald Cypress

Specimens of the rare bald cypress tree can be found in Miskolc in two locations, in front of Hotel Juno in Miskolctapolca and in Szathmáry Király Pál Street.

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Miskolctapolca Park System

Miskolctapolca Park System

The park area is home of dendrological (wooded plant) rarities, exotic and domestic species. The park embracing the Boat lake is a popular walking and recreational area.

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Adventure Park

The Adventure Park set up in the proximity of the playground located in the park of Miskolctapolca currently holds 26 courses, one blue (easier) and a red (more difficult) track system.

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Szinva Valley walkway

The 4 km long trail, lined by information posts follows the natural and cultural historical values of the Szinva Valley, the Small Plateau (Kis-fennsík) and the Garadna Valley. Rest areas installed along the trail between the 7 stops are an opportunity for relaxation.

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Statue of St. Stephen, Hámor

Statue of St. Stephen, Hámor

The full-length whitestone portrait statue was erected in 1938 for the 900th anniversary of St. Stephen’s death. Sculptor Dezső Borsodi Bindász depicted Hungary’s first king with the symbols of power (crown, sceptre, mantle, pome).

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St. Stephen Dripstone Cave

St. Stephen Dripstone Cave located in Lillafüred is the empire of dripstones of special shapes. The total length of its passages reaches 1,043 metres, out of which visitors can access a section of 170 metres.

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Szeleta (Seleta) Cave

One of the most significant archaeological site of the country’s palaeo-anthropological studies was uncovered by Ottokár Kadic between 1907 and1913 upon the initiative of Ottó Herman.

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