Mini-Hungary is the latest miniature park in Europe

jan 28 • Kult & Art • Impress Magazin

We can wander across the whole country in the park in just a few hours and see as the history and architecture come to life.

Mini-Hungary opened in April 2013 in the biggest arboretum in the country, in Szarvas. We can marvel at the miniature copies of the country’s most beautiful building complexes in this beautiful natural environment.

Places of historic interest

In the first stage, the scale models of several dozens of Hungarian historic places and buildings were completed, such as the dome in Szeged, the Széchenyi Chain Bridge, the Cifra Palace at Kecskemét or the scale model of the Eger Castle, which shows the castle in miniature in its 16th century original form and the most famous historic event related to it, namely the heroic struggle of the defenders of Eger Castle against the Turkish army.

Castle of Eger

The sights of Budapest

The miniature park also presents the most significant buildings of the capital city. On our tour we can see the beautiful Opera House, the Parliament, the Széchenyi thermal bath, the Chain Bridge and the Heroes’ Square (Hősök tere).


Palaces, castles, and cathedrals in the park   

Apart from the above, the scale models of the Esztergom Basilica, the Great Reformed Church in Debrecen, the Castle of Gyula, the Castle of Diósgyőr and the Castle of Eger are all present in the park.


Esztergom Basilica

We can also see the most beautiful palaces of the country, such as the Eszterházy Palace in Fertőd and the Grassalkovich Palace in Gödöllő. The dome in Szeged and the are also outstanding sights.

Benedictine Abbey in Tihany

Benedictine Abbey in Tihany

New scale models continue to be constructed, by the spring of 2014, the park will have almost 50 models.

Az eredeti cikk MAGYARUL: itt

INTERLANGUAGE Nyelviskola csapata

historic event – történelmi esemény
defender – védő
scale model – makett
sight – látványosság
miniature park – makettpark

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