It commemorates the plague of 1690, and it was built in simple Baroque style. As they had vowed, the inhabitants of the city carried its building material up the 230 meters themselves. The main altar was made of marble and the alterpiece depicts the Virgin Mary. The promenade, built as part of the the European Capital of Cultur project, leads from the Tettye park to the chapel. The Pieta Statue in front of the entrance was sculpted by Mihály Bartalits. The strikingly simple church is a significant part of the cityscape, as it is clearly visible from countless points of the city.
Havihegyi str. Pécs 7627
A Főpályaudvarról a 33-as számú buszokkal közelíthető meg, leszállás a Tettye, Havihegyi útnál.
Parkolási lehetőség a Tettye térnél.
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