Óbuda Parish Church
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Óbuda Parish Church information
Dominating the easternmost side of III Flórián tér is the yellow baroque Óbuda Parish Church, which was built in 1749 and dedicated to Sts Peter and Paul. There’s a lovely rococo pulpit inside.