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Cave Bath ****

Cave Bath ****

The cave bath in Miskolctapolca, unique in Europe with its thermal karst water was known as a popular bathing resort of Benedictine monks from the 16th century.

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Palace Hotel

Palace Hotel

The neo-renaissance palace constructed between 1927 and 1930 in a style resembling a hunting castle of King Matthias is surrounded by a hanging garden and a park. The view from the hotel to the Szinva Brook valley and Lake Hámori is breathtaking.

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Miskolc Zoo and Cultural Park

Miskolc Zoo and Cultural Park

The zoo was originally a wildlife park, thus visitors can get acquainted with more than 600 animals of nearly 150 species living here by walking in the forest.

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Lillafüred Waterfall

Lillafüred Waterfall

The 20m high waterfall of the Szinva Brook can be viewed from the hanging garden of Hotel Palota.

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State Forest Railways of Lillafüred

State Forest Railways of Lillafüred

The narrow gauge forest train runs 14 km long from North Kilián district via Lillafüred until Garadna.

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Castle of Diósgyőr

Diósgyőri vár - Tóthné Gergely Judit

The Gothic castle was built in the 14th and 15th centuries in the place of a castle from the 12th century that was the engagement present of the queens for centuries. The castle was in its glory in the age of King Louis the Great. Today it is one of the most important monuments of the country.

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National Theatre of Miskolc

National Theatre of Miskolc

The late classicistic theatre enriched with romantic elements was erected between 1847 and 1857; its tower was completed in 1884. The predecessor of the building was the first stone theatre of the today’s Hungary playing in Hungarian language.

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Greek Orthodox Church

Greek Orthodox Church

The church, built between 1785 and 1806 in braid style, is the largest and most beautiful Orthodox church of Central Europe.

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Wooden Church

Wooden Church

A church existed in this site since 1698; but it was made of wood, therefore it frequently burnt down.

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Avas Reformed Church

Avas Reformed Church

Above the city centre of Miskolc, on the side of Avas Hill the parish-church named Saint Stephen existed already in the 14th century, which was extended in 1411. Only fragments remained of the building – such as the ruin of the western tower, since the church was radically rebuilt around 1480.

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