Today is World Heritage Day!

And the government is not talking about this, it is acting!

Today is World Heritage Day!

Hundreds of listed buildings have been renovated in the last 10 years! During the renovations, the buildings regained their original splendor and provided them with functions!

👉In the video on Country Building we presented a lot of such examples, it is worth watching! 18 minutes 40 seconds, but it's worth watching the whole video!

👉 Opposition program: O1G
👉Government programs (the list is not exhaustive!)
Steindl Imre Program
Healthy Budapest Program
Hungarian Village Program
Hospital development program
National Hauszmann Program
National Public Education Infrastructure Development Program
National Castle Program and National Castle Program
Modern Cities Program
Nursery construction program
Széchenyi 2020
National Afforestation Program
Carpathian Basin Kindergarten Development Program
ZrĂ­nyi 2026 Program
National School Renovation Program
50 Renewable Railway Station Program
Ödön Téry National Tourist House Development Program
Home Renovation Program

👉The following castles will be renovated within the framework of the National Castle Program:
Bajna - Sándor – Metternich Castle
DĂ©g - Festetics Castle
Fehérvárcsurgó - Károlyi Castle
Fertőd – Eszterháza - Esterházy Castle
Füzérradvány - Károlyi Castle
Geszt - Tisza Castle
Keszthely - Festetics Castle
Komlódtótfalu - Becsky – Kossuth mansion
Nádasdladány - Nádasdy Castle
Nagycenk - Széchenyi Castle
Oroszlány – Majkpuszta - Esterházy Castle, Camaldolese hermitage
SĂĽmeg - episcopal castle
Free Snake - Wenckheim Castle
Szécsény – Benczúrfalva - Benczúr mansion
Szécsény - Forgách – Lipthay Castle
Tata - Esterházy Castle
Tiszadob - Andrássy Castle
Castle Palace - Zichy Castle

👉The following castles will be renovated within the framework of the National Castle Program:
Doba - SomlĂł Castle
Eger - castle
Garland - castle
Kisvárda - castle
Miskolc – Diósgyőr - castle
Mosonmagyaróvár Castle
Nagyvázsony - Kinizsi Castle
Sárospatak - Rákóczi Castle
Sopron city wall and the related museum quarter
SĂĽmeg - castle
Szigetvár - castle
Szögliget - Szádvár
Csesznek - waiting
Tin Castle
Várgesztes - castle

St. King Alexandrawrote: Hungary is wonderful!
We can say this boldly not only in relation to our natural values, but also in relation to our built heritage. There are hundreds of buildings in the country that also evoke our times of success and the more difficult, mournful moments of our story.
One of the priority programs currently underway, the National Castle Program and the National Castle Program, aims to preserve these values ​​and to add functions to meet the tourism needs of today in a way that is worthy of their endowments.

Thanks to the program, 30 monuments - 18 castles and 12 castles - will be renovated, and today I will show some of them on the occasion of World Monument Day.

After the renovations are completed, we hope to admire these buildings as soon as possible, which not only have a past but also a future.

Károlyi Castle (Füzérradvány)
The Füzérradvány Castle in the Zemplén Mountains is located in an unparalleled natural environment, at the foot of the Pajna Hill and the Korom Hill. The building, which was the predecessor of today's castle, was built at the end of the 16th century by Péter Réthey, in the then settlement called Radvány. The historicist style of the building is due to Count Károlyi Ede. He entrusted the design to Miklós Ybl, but he himself took part in it. Ybl's characteristic, arcaded, light architecture and the Neo-Renaissance rows of windows are still defining features of the castle.

Nádasdy Castle (Nádasdladány)
A legendary love in keeping with a tale, the memory of which is preserved in the walls of a castle built in the Tudor style… Count Ferenc Nádasdy knew what lifelong fidelity meant. His wife was swept away by the cholera epidemic at the age of twenty-four, never married again, and arranged every room of the dream nest of dreaming together as if Ilona Zichy was still alive. The plans were made by a Viennese architect, István Linzbauer, in the English Tudor style. Construction began in 1873 and in 1876 the building became movable. The interior work of the most ornate halls ran from 1876 to the early 1880s. After Linzbauer's death in 1880, Alajos Hauszmann took over the design work.

EKamalduli Hermitage (Oroszlány - Majkpuszta)
Where the mystery of silence, the power of simplicity, and sacredness are still touched today the inhabitants of a walled world have found completeness. In the depths of the northern VĂ©rtes forest, in the vicinity of lakes surrounded by reeds, lies the hermit Kamalduli hermitage, a monument complex of Hungary that is a curiosity throughout Europe. The hermit hermits made a vow of silence more than 250 years ago and could only speak to each other twice a year, at Easter and Christmas.

Mosonmagyaróvár - castle (Mosonmagyaróvár)
The history of the castle of Magyaróvár has Roman roots, as in the area of ​​today's castle gate there was a fortified legio camp and then, as a station of the lime road, a castrum called Ad Flexum on the well-protected island of the river Lajta. Construction of today's castle began in 1364, which was rebuilt several times over the centuries. It can be said that in Győr-Moson-Sopron County it is the only castle that is closest to the concept of a widespread castle in its current state. The Castle is surrounded on the south, west and north sides by its surviving fortifications, its cellar system, the castle garden (formerly a moat full of water), the castle bridge and castle gate, and then the castle and the Lajta River.

The full history of each castle and chateaux, as well as details of the National Castle Program and National Castle Program are available on the program website, the link can be found in the comment.

Related: Our past, present: many castles and chateaux are reborn

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