Janus Pannonius Archaeology Museum
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Janus Pannonius Archaeology Museum information
The Janus Pannonius Archaeology Museum, housed in a 17th-century home of a janissary commander north of the church, traces the history of Baranya County up to the time of Árpád. It also contains much Roman stonework from Pannonia, including a bust of Marcus Aurelius.