Dom Square, Szeged

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Dóm tér (literally: Cathedral Square) is a large town square in Szeged, Hungary. It is one of the largest squares in Hungary (about 12,000 m²). The name Dóm tér derived from Votive Church of Szeged (Hungarian: szegedi dóm), which lies on the square. It was built from 1929 to 1932 with the surrounding university buildings. The square is also home to the medieval Dömötör Tower.

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  • What a beautiful cathedral. Easily accessed and central to Szeged. We had a good look around inside and out climbed the 300 steps of the tower and visited the visitors center exhibition which was...  more »
  • Probably one of the most beatiful cathedral, and square all around it, in this part of Europe. Reminds me a little bit on square in Madrid and Venice. Very very clean, like the whole town. Very...  more »
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