‪Gellért Hill Cave‬

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Cristian M
‪Domodossola‬, إيطاليا5,364 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • مايو 2022
‪Purtroppo ci sono passato e stavano per chiudere.. quindi l’ho potuta ammirare solamente dall’esterno… particolare e molto affascinante.‬
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Loretta
شوتجارت, ألمانيا316 مساهمة
أكتوبر 2021
‪Very much worth a visit, especially on the way to the Citadel. It is the many statues and other art pieces that are most interesting about the cave. The audio guide is really great for understanding the art, other artifacts, Hungary's history and the Catholic faith within the country.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 أكتوبر 2021
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DejanNS72
نوفي ساد, صربيا2,300 مساهمة
مايو 2021
‪Na ovu crkvu (i pećinu) sam manje-više slučajno nabasao, nisam ni znao da postoji na tom mestu. Crkva se nalazi u steni brda u neposrednoj blizini Gelert hotela i banje pored staze koja vodi do citadele. Crkva je osnovana pre tačno 100 godina ali je u posleratnom periodu bila zatvorena i zazidana. Pretpostavljam da se plaća ulaznica, ali u vreme moje posete na ulazu, blagajni i u crkvi nije bilo nikoga. Crkva je interesantna i neobična jer se pećina račva i ima nekoliko oltara.‬
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cjdotheworld
‪Smithfield‬, فيرجينيا1,366 مساهمة
أغسطس 2019
‪This is an impressive tourist stop. A full on church located in the various rooms of a cave. A very unique experience.‬
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Karyn W
كانساس سيتي, ‪Missouri‬1,485 مساهمة
يونيو 2019
‪When we heard about this we wanted to check it out. A church was built in a cave on the Pest side of Budapest in the 1920s. It was blocked up for quite a while starting in 1960 with concrete, until the blockage was demolished in 1991, it has reopened and in 2010 started allowing tourists.

There is an audio tour and you should do it, as it's nice to be quiet and respectful while in the church, but still learn about the things in the church, as there really aren't sign and plaques around the place. It is still an active church and we had to wait before entering as there was a service going on when we first arrived. (so be aware the hours vary during the day based on services).

The stone interior is lovely and it makes it feel like you are able to appreciate the construction of God rather than a building built by people. There are some lovely stained glass pieces though. And throughout are small statues of saints, and other pieces of art, plus a large crucifix. There is a statue of Virgin Mary of Lourdes and of St. Stephen's head. In the chapel is a bone relic of St. Paul. You can find a relief of St. Gerald and of a Minorite Polish monk. There is a side cove area with a film about the church, but to be honest it was a little boring to me and I didn't watch the whole thing. There is also a small gift shop.

It's a unique type of church and has an interesting history and is worth the visit.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 26 أبريل 2020
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Giuseppe R
كاتانيا, إيطاليا315 مساهمة
مارس 2020
‪Proprio davanti l'ingresso delle terme Gellert, è una grotta articolata con vari ambienti adattati a chiesa cattolica. Ogni anfratto è stato sfruttato con un altare e in generale come luogo di culto. Appena 600 fiorini il biglietto, è fornita anche un'audioguida ricca di particolari. Scarso valore turistico, se avete poco tempo non è una tappa obbligata, salvo gli appassionati del genere.‬
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Tony H
‪Buckhurst Hill‬, UK229 مساهمة
أبريل 2019
‪This Church is just over the river. The audio guide is a must, if a little confusing to follow at times. This church I guess would not be so special if it was not cut out of the rocks. But It was, so it is special. When visiting Budapest, I would say you should visit on your 'to do list' but from respect for this active church take time and learn from your audio guide‬
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L M
كوبنهاجن, الدنمارك42 مساهمة
زوجان • مارس 2020
‪We visited early evening after the 1 hour break when the church was closed. While waiting to visit we climbed up to the citadel where we enjoyed great views as the sun set. The steps are uneven. We then popped into the Gellért baths to use the loo & look at the lovely public areas. The church itself included an interesting audio tour. Unfortunately the windows were not visible as it was dark. Otherwise it was good.‬
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Carol A S
‪Marietta‬, جورجيا4,202 مساهمة
أكتوبر 2019
‪Gellért Hill Cave (a.k.a Saint Ivan's Cave) is a natural cave which was once the home of a hermetic monk, and now houses a small church. Saint Ivan (a solitary 9th century monk) used the natural thermal water of an adjacent lake to heal the sick. A modern entrance (by Hungarian architect Kálmán Lux) was built in 1926 by Pauline monks who were inspired by similar rock chaples during a pilgrimage in Lourdes, France. The altar was originally at the mouth of the cave and the congregation stood outside of the cave to worship, calling it Sziklatemplom (“Rock Church”) in Hungarian. The Pauline monks expanded the cave into a monastery and chapel, serving the community until 1951. The cave was used as a German field hospital during World War II, and was returned to the monks after the war. In 1951 communist authorities arrested the monks, closed the church and sealed the entrance with a thick concrete wall (still visible around the modern glass door). The church was reconsecrated in 1991; Pauline monks currently celebrate three daily masses in the church. The interior is carved out of the rock, with a wood crucifix hanging over a simple alter (1989 by Sikota Győző) and a carved pulpit. The church is open daily with an entry fee of 500 HUF (student/senior discount, children free).‬
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dc862015
‪Stroud‬, UK266 مساهمة
زوجان • فبراير 2020
‪This is an as explained activity. An interesting audio tour that does not take too long. Worth a call in before walking up the hill‬
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