Beregszász – Roman Catholic church
In the Middle Ages, Beregszász was the most important settlement in the Upper Tisza Valley, and it is reflected in the sheer size of the church. The three-bay, Gothic Roman Catholic church was originally probably built by the Saxon settlers who were invited to the area in the 12th century. It was rebuilt in the age of King Louis the Great. The Gothic features of the building, the buttresses and the arched roofing are important architectural relics in the area. The church was badly damaged during its history several times, but the congregation and the supporters have always been able to restore it.
Cím: 90200 Beregszász (Berehove) Bethlen Gábor u. 2.