Esztergom is the seat of the prímás (see Primate) of the Roman Catholic Church in Hungary, and the former seat of the Constitutional Court of Hungary. The city has the Keresztény Múzeum, the largest ecclesiastical collection in Hungary. Its cathedral, Esztergom Basilica is the largest church in Hungary.
Map of Esztergom, 1891. Esztergom County shared borders with the counties Bars, Hont, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kiskun and Komárom. Its territory comprised a 15 km strip to the west of the lower part of the Garam river and continued some 10 km south of the Danube river. Its area was 1076 km² around 1910.
Esztergom is a city in Hungary, 45 kilometers north of Budapest. 30 928 people live in Esztergom. It is the center of the Roman Catholic Church in Hungary, and the Constitutional court is in the city. There are a lot of rich museums in the city.
- The organ
The Primatial Basilica of the Blessed Virgin Mary Assumed Into Heaven and St Adalbert, also known as the Esztergom Basilica, is an ecclesiastic basilica in Esztergom, Hungary, the mother church of the Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest, and the seat of the Catholic Church in Hungary. It is dedicated to the Saint Mary of the Assumption and Saint Adalbert. It is the largest church and the tallest building in Hungary. Its inner area is 5,600 m². It is 118 m long and 49 m wide. It has a...
The building of the present church took place on the foundation of several earlier churches. The first was built by Stephen I of Hungary between 1001–1010, the first cathedral in Hungary, which was burned down at the end of the 12th century. It was rebuilt, and even survived the Mongol invasion of Hungary. However, in 1304, Wenceslaus III, a probable candidate for the Hungarian throne, sacked the castle and the church. It was repaired in the following years. The archbishops of the 14th ...
The renovation and enlargement of the organ started in the 1980s, after extensive preparations, and it is currently in progress. It is supervised by István Baróti, the basilica's organist and choirmaster since 1975. As of 2008, the project is still not fully funded. The organ has five manuals and by 2006 had 85 stops working out of the planned 146. The organ contains the largest organ pipes in Hungary, 10 m, about 35 feet long. The smallest pipe is 7 mm, ¼ inch. When complete, it will be ...
One exception was Esztergom, the capital and largest, wealthiest city in the Kingdom of Hungary until its destruction. It was the last city to be looted and destroyed by Batu Khan before he sent a reconnaissance party against the Holy Roman Empire and later withdrew of all Mongol forces from central Europe back to Russia.
Komárom-Esztergom is an administrative Hungarian county in Central Transdanubia Region; its shares its northern border the Danube with Slovakia. It shares borders with the Hungarian counties of Győr-Moson-Sopron, Veszprém, Fejér and Pest and the Slovakian Nitra Region. Its county seat is Tatabánya.
After World War I and the break-up of empires, the Hungarian Soviet Republic came to power in 1919, followed quickly by the Hungarian Republic, eventually until the re-establishemnt of the Kingdom of Hungary. Komárom-Esztergom was created from the Hungarian parts of the pre-1920 counties Komárom and Esztergom, formerly part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The pre-1920 situation was temporarily restored during World War II. Between 1950 and 1990, during the Communist regime, the county was ...
Hungarians constitute the majority of the population. The chief minorities are ethnic Germans, Roma and Slovaks. Total population: 304,568 Ethnic groups: Identified themselves: 270 933 persons: 1. Hungarians: 252 432 2. Germans: 9 168 3. Gypsies: 4 261 4. Slovaks: 3 174 5. Others
Religious adherence in the county according to 2011 census: 1. Catholic – 111,919; 2. Reformed – 30,517; 3. Evangelical – 4,505; 4. other religions – 4,101; 5. Non-religious – 61,384; 6. Atheism – 4,262; 7. Undeclared – 87,880.
Komárom-Esztergom County has 1 urban county, 11 towns, 3 large villages and 61 villages. The county is ranked second in terms of population density among counties in Hungary: 66% of people live in towns. Cities with county rights
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Archdiocese of Esztergom) The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest (Latin: Archidioecesis Strigoniensis–Budapestinensis) is the primatial seat of the Roman Catholic Church in Hungary and the Metropolitan of one of its four Latin rite ecclesiastical provinces.
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Esztergom är en av de äldsta städerna i Ungern och fanns redan på den romerska tiden. Det var den förste krönte ungerske kungens, Stefan den heliges , födelseort. Staden var Ungerns huvudstad från 900-talet fram till mitten av 1200-talet , när kung Béla IV av Ungern flyttade huvudstaden till Buda .
Esztergom [ˈɛstɛrgom] (nemško Gran, slovaško Ostrihom, srbohrvaško Ostrogon, latinsko Strigonium) je mesto s približno 30.000 prebivalci na severu Madžarske, v županiji Komárom-Esztergom.