Baktalórántháza

Baktalórántháza is a town in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, in the Northern Great Plain region of eastern Hungary.

Points of interest 

  • Its Roman Catholic church was built in the second half of the 12th century . The tower of the church was built in the 18th century . His murals are nationally famous.
  • The Reformed church was built in the Baroque style around 1730. Its tower and its western extension were built in 1844 in the classicist style . The church has a pulpit made in the Classicist style around 1840 , benches in Kegyur, and an empire- style priestly chair from around 1800 .
  • Its Greek Catholic church was built in 1842 in the late braid style .
  • Dégenfeld Castle is a listed building.

Park trees unique rarities ( maidenhair tree , oak , Quercus palustris , tulip tree , ironwood , sad magaskőris , alder , magaskőris , etc) can be found.

History

Baktalórántháza has been settled since the late Copper Age. The first written documents mentioning the town, called Bakta at the time, date back to 1271.

The building of Castle of Bakta was ordered between 1618 and 1638 by Graf Laszlo Barkoczy. In the 1710s, Francis II Rákóczi was a frequent guest at the castle.

Contact

Baktalórántháza of the Mayor's Office
email
baktaph@vnet.hu
address
4561 Baktalórántháza , Köztársaság tér 8
phone
+36 42 550-032