Mohács Hungary

Early morning walk, hotel surroundings

Early morning walk, hotel surroundings

National Theatre in the morning sunshine.

Post office in the morning sunshine. It’s beautiful, isn’t it?

We return to the hotel after the walk, take breakfast, then go to the next destination Mohács.

We are going to the east in the Hungarian plain.

We are going to the east in the Hungarian plain.

Going into the town of Mohács, through some storees and arrive at the Liberty street (Szabadság utca).

Going into the town of Mohács, through some streets and arrive at the Liberty street (Szabadság utca).

Mohács is a town in Baranya County, Hungary on the right bank of the Danube. It has a population of 17 433 in the 2015 census.

Town Hall of Mohács

Town Hall of Mohács

Mohács is blessed with good soil and agriculture is prosperous, mainly wheat and corn. The famous battle of Mohács took place in the village.

Town Hall Street, Trinity Square, Votive Temple (Battlefield Memorial Church) and St. Michael's Church

Town Hall Street, Trinity Square, Votive Temple (Battlefield Memorial Church) and St. Michael’s Church

This most important church in town, Battlefield Memorial Church, is dominating the main town square, Széchenyi Square. To the left of the 30 m high church is the sculpture of King Lajos (Louis II) in steel armor.

Interior of Votive Temple (Battlefield Memorial Church) and Louis II statue next to the church.

Interior of Votive Temple (Battlefield Memorial Church) and Louis II statue next to the church.

As we will go to the Mohács Memorial park in the Sátorhely village, so we leave the town of Mohács soon.

From the town of Mohács we are going to a village called Sátorhely and arrive at the village.

From the town of Mohács we are going to a village called Sátorhely and arrive at the village.

Sátorhely is an agricultural village and municipality in Baranya County, the southern part in Hungary. The village is situated in the area of the Great Hungarian Plain, near the border of Serbia. It has a population of 607 people (2015). It is the site of the 1526 Battle of Mohács.

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