Located in the cozy village of Monoszló, this somewhat derelict church is as charming as it’s old.

It was built in the 12th-13th century, as demonstrated by its wonderful, Romanesque gate. Some of the chapel’s baroque elements, including the arches of the balcony, the spherical vault, the wooden benches, the pulpit and the intricately decorated sounding board and psalm boards, date back to the 1800s.

The garden behind the church is home to a valuable botanical curiosity: a dogwood from the era of the Napoleonic Wars, whose yellow flowers are one of the first heralds of spring in the otherwise cool micro-climate of the Monoszló Basin.

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