County Hall - 1898
This fountain was gift from the Zsolnay family to the city of Pecs. Zsolnay porcelain is famous and comes from Pecs. Their porcelain adorns many building throughout Europe.
This Synagogue dates back to the 1860s. The city had a thriving Jewish community of around 4,000 Jews, only a few hundred survived the Holocaust.
Zsolnay Porcelaim Museum
A mirror in the Zsolnay Porcelain Museum. The perfect chance for a selfie.
The interior of the Synagogue - 3 levels of seating. This Synagogue dates back to the 1860s. The city nada thriving Jewish community of around 4,000 Jews, only a few hundred survived the Holocaust.
A cool fountain
On top of a toy store
The Ottomans were in Pecs for 150 years starting in 1543, and this was their mosque. Once they were kicked out, the mosque was converted to a Catholic Church.
Locks of Love
Pecs Locks of Love
The Gates of the Pecs Cathedral
UNESCO World Heritage Site - the Roman Crypts of Pecs. These crypts date back as far as 30AD
The Artist Viktor Vasarely is from Pecs, and is also home to one of the museums dedicated to his work.
Zsolany Porcelain Museum
I thought this looked very Texan.
this porcelain art piece looks like something you would find in Santa Fe today - but this piece is from the 1890s
The Post Office
The colorful buildings of Pecs