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Siklos

Siklos

Unlike the rest of Hungary's fortifications from the Middle Ages, the castle of Siklos survived the Turkish occupation intact and was not blown up by the Austrian Imperial soldiers. Starting in the 13th century, every historically recognised architectural style left its mark on the castle. We can see windows from Roman times, a Gothic chapel, an 18th-century Baroque fortified castle and a Renaissance fortified gateway. There is a prison museum and a museum of stonework relics in the castle. The other noteworthy feature of the town is a relic of the Turkish era, the pentagonal mosque of Malkocs bey. This was so superbly restored that in 1992 Siklos won the Europa Nostra Award.

 
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