Built no sooner than the 19th century, the Inner City Calvinist Church of Budapest was designed in a Neo-Gothic style and embellished with stained glass windows by grace of Miksa Roth, the most notable stained glass artist of Hungary at the time and, possibly, of all times.

Another particular architectural feature of the church refers to the outer four-column portico. On top of that, the church takes pride in featuring a collection of religious artifacts said to date back to the 17th and the 18th century.

Inner City Calvinist Church (Belvarosi Reformatus Templom)
5, Kalvin ter, 1085, Budapest, Hungary
Calvinist church in Budapest Calvinist Church in Budapest

5, Kalvin ter, 1085, Budapest, Hungary

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