Exhibitions
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An Artist with a Thousand Faces – Selected Works from the Gyula Hincz Oeuvre

2600 Vác, Köztársaság út 19.
+36 30 555 7620
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Gyula Hincz (1904-1986) was a highly acclaimed and incredibly productive figure of the 20th century modern Hungarian art.
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Ars Memorandi – Gates to the Past

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 19.
+36 30 555 7620
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The new Permanent Exhibition of the Tragor Ignác Museum opens its doors to the public on the 16th of July 2015. The Ars Memorandi – Gates to the Past exhibition awaits its visitors on the Main Square (March 15 Square nr. 19). The entrance can be found in the gateway.
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Courtyard of the Pannonia House

2600 Vác, Köztársaság út 19.
+36-27/200-868;+36 30/555-7620
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Pannonia House (19 Köztársaság Street, Vác)
The Pannonia House used to operate as a lodging house, during the 19th century troupes performed in its courtyard. Nowadays the tastefully designed yard is home to works of fine and applied art.
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Greek Church

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 19.
+36 30 555 7620
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The Greek Church was built by the South Slavic community, which settled down in Vác in the 1790's.

Nowadays, the historic building of the Greek Church is an exhibiton hall of the Tragor Ignác Museum. The building is accessible either through the courtyard of 19 Március 15. square or through Katona Lajos street.
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History Cast in Iron – Cast Iron Collections

2600 Vác, Köztársaság út 19.
+36-27/200-868 ; +36 30/555-7620
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The Pannonia House hosts two different cast iron collections at the moment.
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István Gádor Oeuvre Exhibition

2600 Vác, Köztársaság út 19.
+36-27/200-868; +36 30/555-7620
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István Gádor (1891-1984) award-winning ceramist, designer is recognized as the founder of the modern Hungarian ceramics, one of the most important masters of the field next to Margit Kovács and Géza Gorka.
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Medieval cellar

2600 Vác, Széchenyi u. 3-5.
+36 30 555 7620
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Medieval life of Vác, monuments of the history of Vác from the 13-19. century.
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Memento Mori Crypt Finds

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 19.
+36 30 555 7620
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During the renovation process of the Dominican Church in Vác a priceless treasure of cultural history came to daylight in 1994 when construction workers stumbled upon the entrance, walled up 150 years ago, to a stairway leading to the crypt under the church. In the crypt there were 262 colourful, ornate coffins, mostly in good condition, with the spontaneously mummified bodies of citizens of Vác, who died in the period from the second half of the 18th to the beginning of the 19th century.
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Ship Historical Collection (Tragor Ignác Museum)

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 18.
+36 30 258 0269 (Papp László)
Hungary's best known ship designer Kálmán Szabadi's collection. Sailboats', steamboats' and yachts' reduced replicas from the 20th century can be seen in the middle of the Danube Bend, in Vác.
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St. Michael Crypt

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér közepe
+36 30 555 7620
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The church was built for the German citizens, who were immigrated after the Tatar ravage in 1241. It was built to honour St. Michael and stood here almost for half a century. The church, which stood on the property of the former castle, was destroyed by the Turks, and after their secession the St. Michael Church was used as a cathedral. In the 18th century the church became strongly damaged. Bishop Kristóf Migazzi entrusted the architect Ignác Oracsek around 1750 to prepare plans for a cathedral and based on these the construction began in baroque style.
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