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St. Stephen's Basilica is named after is named for Saint Stephen I of Hungary, the first King of Hungary. Explore all details of the largest church in Budapest using this virtual tour. You can enjoy the fascinating panorama of Budapest from the top of the tallest church in Pest.

 

Format: website http://www.basilica.hu (only in Hungarian), multilingual CD-version (English, Hungarian, German) for sale in shop of Basilica

 

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Client: http://www.heimatmuseum.hu
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Budaörs used to have a German population for many centuries living peacefully with other nations. They were however forced to leave Hungary after WWII  and most of their relics were destroyed. The still remaining buildings remind us about the glorious past of this small city close to the capital, Budapest.

This virtual tour was created for the request of the local German Cultural Heritage Museum about all the monuments that are related to the Germans.

The virtual tour includes:

  • Heimatmuseum (German Cultural Heritage Museum)
  • Typical 19th century streets
  • Calvary Hill
  • Köhegy (another hill with a small chapel and caves on top of it)
  • Cemetery with chapel and old gravestones
  • Local parish church
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Client: KÖH, Denkmal 2010

Format: offline presentation on touchscreen system

Hungarian Medieval Churches in 360°
There are only a handful of medieval churches left in Hungary that were built using bricks. Since the main topic of Denkmal 2010 exhibition in Leipzig, Germany was brick architecture, we tried our best to collect typical examples of this type of architecture. German audience enjoyed the most the abbey in Türje since its exterior looks as if it would have had some connections to the Hanza-brick architecture.
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Format: website for www.dunafoldvar.hu (currently only in Hungarian)
Basilica Minor in Máriagyüd - interior view
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Client: Office of Bishop of Pécs
Format: DVD & Online teaser

 

Cathedral of Pécs Virtual Tour Cathedral of Pécs Virtual Tour

 

The diocese of Pécs commemorated the 1000th anniversary of its foundation in 2009. For this reason, the most complex virtual tour ever built about a cathedral has been order by the office of the bishop. The result is a multilingual virtual tour sold in the cathedral on DVD. It not only shows the areas accessible by tourists but also the hidden gems of the cathedral (usually closed chapels, sacristy etc.). Detailed information is provided on both the history of the building and religious events. A shortened online-version - available here - has also been created as a sort of a teaser.

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Format: website

 

Nyíracsád is famous for its late romanic - early gothic style church which was built during the 13th century. Its structure resembles churches of County Szatmár but it is located in County Hajdú-Bihar. In fact it is the oldest, still used church of county Hajdú-Bihar. Join us and explore the beauties of this hidden little gem, take a 3D Virtual Tour of the church.
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This shrine located in southern-Hungary is an important site of pilgrimage since ancient times. Pope Benedict XVI voted the shrine of Máriagyüd a Basilica Minor state on 24 June, 2008. Do you plan to visit Hungary but have no opportunity to travel to such a remote place? Take a virtual tour of the church right now!

 

Format: multilingual CD-version (English, German, Croatian and Hungarian) to be sold in shops of the shrine
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St. Ann at Batthyány square is a typical baroque church of Budapest having a very finely decorated interior with beautiful altars and frescoes.
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Saint Francis church is the oldest church of Viziváros district located very close to St. Ann church. From now on you can explore the rich interior of this church from anywhere in the world.
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This is a unique church in Budapest, featuring fragments of a turkish mosque inside the church.

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