Landmarks[change | change source]
The town center is recognizable by two important landmarks:
- Fogadalmi templom (Votive Church), a twin-spired church whose construction began in 1913, but due to the outbreak of World War I, it was not completed until 1930;
- Víztorony (Water Tower), a water tower built in 1904 and one of the symbols of reinforced concrete construction in Hungary.
Other landmarks in Szeged:
- Telefontorony (Telephone tower), a TV-tower in Rókus that is the tallest building in Szeged
- Kiskundorozsmai szélmalom (Windmill of Kiskundorozsma), a windmill in the suburban region of Szeged
Connections[change | change source]
Two motorways and two national roads are connected with Szeged:
- The terminal junction of M5 is located to the west of Szeged and heading north to Budapest.
- The M43 starts from the M5 and heads towards the Romanian border.
- The road 47 goes north from Szeged and eventually reaches Debrecen.
- The road 55 goes west from Szeged, and spans into M6.
References[change | change source]
- Functional urban areas in OECD countries: Hungary Accessed 6 August 2018
Other websites[change | change source]
- Official website with cam (Hungarian)