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Most of the rooms have balconies decorated with Zsolnay ceramics. The balconies provide panoramic view of Pécs.
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Paul Potts concert
Paul Potts concert 02/06/2010 in Papp László Budapest Sports Arena. Basically nobody knew Paul Potts two years ago. The short, beer-bellied man with missing teeth was living in a small English town ...
The National Sprint is the celebration of Hungarian towns and villages. National Sprint is an equestrian competition based on Hungarian tradition, with a historic atmosphere, which, as such, is ...
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Pécs in general
Mysterious crypts from Roman times, cupolaed Turkish djamis, a slim minaret, exquisite Zsolnay ceramics, Csontváry paintings, decorative Vasarely patterns, almond trees blooming early in spring, atmospheric restaurants and cafés - this is Pécs, the 2000-year-old town with the Mediterranean climate and atmosphere at the southern foot of the Mecsek Hills. It has been a bishop's seat since 1009. Further
Pécs (Sopianae) Early Christian Cemetery
Pécs, situated in the southern part of Hungary at the foot of the Mecsek mountains, radiates a real Mediterranean atmosphere due to its climate, flora and narrow, rambling streets. With its rich cultural life, theatre, museums and festivals, the town is a significant cultural centre of the region and the whole country. The town was founded by the Romans at the beginning of the 2nd century AD. By the 4th century Sopianae became a flourishing provincial capital and a significant centre of early Christianity. Saint Stephen, the first Hungarian king founded an episcopate here in 1009, and Hungary's first university started to operate here in 1367. The architectural monuments of the 150 years of Turkish occupation, the mosques, the Turkish bath and Pasha Idris's tomb, can still be seen. Further
The Villány-Siklós Wine-Route is the first wine-route of Hungary, established in the autumn of 1994 on the basis of the endowments of the Villány region, with the joint efforts of eight settlements, private vine-growers and wine-makers, entrepreneurs, and NGOs, following the example of German, Austrian and French models. As the result of the gradually growing interest in the past years, today the wine-route winds along 11 settlements. Further
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