The Historical Memorial of Mohács was set up in 1976 in memory of the Battle of Mohács on the 450 anniversary of the battle.
The Battle of Mohács was fought on 29 August 1526 in the Mohács plain, between the forces of the Kingdom of Hungary, led by Louis II, and those of the Ottoman Empire, led by Suleiman the Magnificent.
The Ottoman victory led to the partition of Hungary for several centuries between the Ottoman Empire, the Habsburg Monarchy, and the Principality of Transylvania. The death of Louis II marked the end of the Jagiellon dynasty in Hungary and Bohemia, whose dynastic claims passed to the House of Habsburg.
The archbishop of Kalocsa; Pál Tomori (1475 – 1526) was a Catholic monk and archbishop of Kalocsa, Hungary. He defeated an Ottoman army near Sremska Mitrovica Serbia in 1523. Pál Tomori was elected commander-in-chief of the Hungarian army in the battle of Mohács in 1526. He died there while trying to stop fleeing soldiers.
This Historical Memorial Park is very impressive. I did not know anything about Hungary.