It was an emploem, became a mosque and is now a church again. On its southern façade, three Turkish windows bear witness to its history.After the expulsion of the "pagans", it was given to the Augustinian monks. The 'Altarpiece of the Sorrowful Virgin' is by the Viennese Martin Fischer from the 18th century, and the central wall paintings in the sanctuary were done by Ernő Gebauer in 1941. For some time now, bells have been ringing from the tower: the miners'.
The morning mass will be presented by Father Dr. Edvárd Kajtár, the evening mass by Father Tibor Berecz.Sunday: 09:00
How to get there
It can be reached by the main railway station by buses number 33 and 44. From Ágoston Square you have to walk 50 metres.
Szent Ágoston templom
7626 Pécs, Ágoston tér 1.
+36 72 310 800
|Tuesday:||09:00 - 10:00|
|Friday:||16:30 - 17:30|