Bishop's Palace

Vác, Hungary

The Bishop's Palace in Vác is a historic building, built between 1768 and 1775. The garden of the palace is a preserved botanical garden of national importance. The side-wing on the side of the garden overlooks Konstantin Square, while its main entrance opens from Migazzi Square.

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Founded: 1768-1755
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Hungary

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ferenc szele (9 months ago)
Nice but the park egx is a bit buzzing
Panda YouTubeer (11 months ago)
Simply beautiful
Béla Bata (12 months ago)
Very nice.
Dr.Hertelendi Lajos (13 months ago)
The location of the Hungarian film Abigél
Gottlieb Ildi (2 years ago)
Beautiful building
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