Budapest

Fasor Reformed Church stands out from the capital facilities of the Art Noveau attractions with its religious nature. The church was built between 1911 and 1913, by the plans of Aladár Árkay. In addition to its design features, the glass windows of Miksa Róth and the special dome, which is 14 meters in diameter, also give the monumental shrine a unique appearance. In the park next to the parsonage, we can admire the statue of Adolf Laky, who was the patron of the building’s construction. According to rumors, church service was cancelled here only once – on January 7, 1945, because of the siege of Budapest.

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