Kmetty Museum


The Kmetty Museum, on the southwestern side of Fő tér, displays the work of the cubist János Kmetty (1889–1975), as well as sculptures by Jenő Kerényi.

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1. Fő tér

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Colourful Fő tér, the town’s main square, contains many buildings, monuments and churches from the 18th and 19th centuries, including the Memorial Cross…

2. Blagoveštenska Church

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3. Margit Kovács Ceramic Collection

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4. Castle Hill

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5. Church of St John the Baptist

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6. Szamos Marzipan Museum

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7. Czóbel Museum

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8. Szanto Memorial Home & Synagogue

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The relics inside Europe's tiniest synagogue are a loving tribute to Szentendre's 250-strong Jewish community, devastated by the Holocaust.