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Data of Gyöngyös
Region: East of Hungary
Local Area: Gyöngyösi
Year of foundation: 1334
Mayor of the town: György Hiesz
Postal code: 3200
District number: 37
Population: 32 640 inhabitants (1 January 2011)
Density of population: 589,53 inhabitant/square km
Area: 55,31 square kilometres
GPS coordinations : 47.77501° , 19.92806°
Saint Urban’s Church – baroque- built in the 16th century
Saint Bartholomew’s Church – The Great Church on the Main Square ( baroque – based on a 13th century building)
Franciscan Church and Monastery- ( in the baroque building you can find one of the oldest and continuously functioning middle-aged Franciscan order library of Hungary.)
Greek Orthodox Church
The Chapel of Saint John of Nepomuk ( Kálvária)- The baroque chapel was constructed in 1721 gained its present appearance in the first part of the 19th century.
Treasury of the Saint Bartholomew’s Church- It was built in 1784.This is the second richest and most considerable church exhibition of Hungary.
Saint Elisabeth Church
Main Square – Four fountains can be seen here with the four symbols of the coat of arms of Gyöngyös , the Sun, the Moon , the wolf and grapes. The renewed ancient well situated in the south depicts the coat of arms of the twin cities of Gyöngyös.
Residence of Ferenc Rákóczi II - it stands at No. 2
The stained glass window of the Pearls Mátra Cultural Centre – The phoenix rising from the ashes made by Gábor Szinte
Gyöngyös Lido – It has alkali hydrogen carbonated medicinal water consisting silicic acid as well , which cures certain skin disease, rheumatic, gastric and nervous diseases.
Town Sports Hall – The building is suitable for national and international sport events . It is featured by the unique roof structure and 60 centimetres wide walls.
Kálmán Könyves Square – The statue of Lajos Kossuth
The statue of Hussar Looking At His Sword – at the crossing of Jókai and Zsigmond Móricz
Synagogue - The huge, splendid building is constructed by Lipót Baumhorn and György Somogyi.In the centre of the synagogue we can see the large dome.
János Pátzay Music School – The former Jesuit grammar school was built in 1752.The reconstruction was made between 1782-1783 by Károly Rábl now houses the music school of the town.
– The narrow-gauge railway runs to Mátrafüred and Lajosháza ( Szalajkaház) through the picturesque forest.
The Mátra Museum – The Orczy Castle - renovated in 2007 – houses Hungary’s second largest natural science exhibition with a completely preserved mammoth skeleton.
Palóc Ethnographic Private Collection and Exhibition of Palóc Dolls
The permanent exhibition of paintings by Lipót Hermann and a unique coin collection are on display in the Grassalkovich House at 2 Main Square.
Gallery on the Main Square
Who were born in Gyöngyös:
János Hám - bishop of Szatmár – born in 5 January 1781
Pál Bugát – doctor, university professor, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences – born in 1793
Sándor Vachott – poet, writer, lawyer, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences – born in 1818
Imre Vachott – lawyer, play writer, editor – born in 1820
Pál Almásy – politician, vice president of the first people’s representative assembly – born in 1818
János Garai – poet, writer, journalist – born in 29 May 1913
Iván Aba – writer, journalist – born in 20 May 1923
Pál Molnár – journalist, founder of Bálint Balassi Memorial Sword and other art awards
Gábor Fodor – politician, minister – born in 27 September 1962
Zoltán Magos – well known cook – born in 17 August 1971
Gábor Vona – President of Better Hungary Movement – born in 20 August 1978
József Zalár – poet - born in 28 August 1825
András Herczeg - trainer of Debrecen VSC – born in 11 July 1956
Nursery Schools of Gyöngyös:
The nursery school of Gyöngyös includes 9 member institutions with more than 1000 children.
Residence: 1/3 Platán Street Gyöngyös 3200
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The head of the institution is Mrs László Molnár The institution has 43 groups for 1173 infants of the town and 88 teachers 2 speech therapist, 43 nurses work there.