In front of the Szepesy statue stands a line of old horsechestnut and sycamore trees of the locally protected park.
Monument to Musicians
The eclectic monument standing on the Promenade was built in honor of the flautist Amtman Prosper and bassoonist Imre Weidinger.
Behind the Cathedral, at the foot of the fortress wall once stood the Medieval University.
The statue of Pál Pátzay, “Sisters” was erected on the south-western corner of the Promenade in 1946.
Statue of Ferenc Liszt
To the west of the entrance of the Bishop’s castle, on a stylized balcony, stands a plastic sculpture, commemorating the concert of Ferenc Liszt in Pécs.
The Bishop’s Treasury (Püspöki KincsTár)
The prebendary house was restored to its original form as part of the project of the Bishopric and is now called the “Püspöki KincsTár”.
Statue of Ignác Szepesy
Bishop Szepesy did a lot for the development of science in the city. He established a printing house, the law academy of Pécs, and also expanded the collection of the first public library established by Bishop Klimo by more than four thousand items.
Zoltán Kodály was tied by several strands to the city, on the one hand because of the choir movement and on the other hand his family relations.
Klára Leőwey Grammar School
Teaching by the Notre Dame Women’s Prebendary Order began in the nineteenth century building in 1907, with a total of just 34 pupils.
King St. Stephen established a bishopric in 1009, Pécs. But the church burned to the ground on that memorable night when King Solomon and Prince Géza made peace.
The two-storey, octagon shaped pavilion with a pointed curb-roof standing next to the western city wall was first mentioned in a historical source in 1818.
An outstanding monument. The Barbican, a fifteenth century bastion with a circular floor plan, is unique in the country.
The towers of the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul rise above the city as prophetic signs.
The modern lapidary is the work of Kossuth prizewinning architect Zoltán Bachman. Several stone sculptures of the Árpád Era are exhibited here as well as a unique church decoration.
Former Littke Champagne factory
The manufacture of the famous champagne of Pécs is related to the son and descendants of the Polish tailorLőrinc Littke, who were to become a noted restauranting and trading family.
From the south Szent István Square is bordered by the church of Our Lady’s Women Prebendary Order.
In 1992 Tamás Vigh’s, “Archaeology” statue as a tribute to the many excavations performed in the square.