Márianosztra Print
One of the most popular religion places in Hungary. The name of the village came from the patron saint of Márianosztra: (Latin: Maria nostra, meaning: our Maria). Inside the church to the Hungarians' Patron Saint Maria, there is a copy of the holy-picture from the Church of Czestochowa. The village got it as a gift from the polish congregation. The Patron Saint's Festival is held in July, September and December. The baroque friary is the third greatest one in the country. Today there is a prison in the building.