Lutheran Church - Budapest


In line with the puritanism of Protestant churches the building, a striking feature in Deák Square, is characterized by the typical simplicity of early neo-Classicism. Although the church was built between 1797 and 1808, its final facade with tympanum supported by Doric columns was completed only in 1856. Its superb acoustics make it a popular location for evening organ concerts. The adjacent National Lutheran Museum has an interesting exhibition revealing the history of the Hungarian Reformation.


Address : Deák Ferenc tér 5 1052 Budapest Hungary

Subway : Lines: M1, M2, M3. Stop: Deák Ferenc tér M

Bus : Bus Lines: 9, 16, 105, 109, 909, 914, 914A, 931, 950, 950A, 966, 979, 979A. Tram Lines: 47, 49. Stop: Deák Ferenc tér M

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