National Lutheran Museum


Attached to the Lutheran church, the presbytery, which also functioned as a school (attended at one point by the poet Sándor Petőfi), contains the National Lutheran Museum, tracing the history of the Reformation and the movement in Hungary. Exhibits include a church plate and a copy of Martin Luther’s will.

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