Ruins of the Bishop's Summer Palace


Bishop György Szatmári had his Renaissance summer house built in the middle of his hunting garden between 1505-1520, and it is likely that the villa was designed by an Italian architect.

In the 16th century it was used by the Turks as a Dervish monastery. The name Tettye is a reference to this, as it derives from the Turkish word tekke, which means dervish monastery. Its ruins can be seen today. Behind it are restaurants, villas and the pump house.

Tettye square Pécs 7625

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7625 Pécs, Tettye tér
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