Church of Saint Augustus
First a church, then a mosque and after that a church again. Its history is represented by the three Turkish figures on its southern façade.
The church that used to stand here in the Middle Ages was transformed into a mosque by the Turkish. Eventually, after 150 years of occupation, it was eventually returned to the Franciscans, who had maintained their identity.
Mosque of Pasha Gazi Kasim
Pécs became an eastern city as the result of the 143 year-long Turkish occupation that changed the looks of the city.
The baths of Pasha Memi
There was still warm water here not so long ago, as this bath almost survived and was only demolished in around 1880.
The Mosque of Pasha Yakovali Hassan
The mosque, established by Pasha Yakovali Hassan was built in the second half of the sixteenthth century, outside the Szigeti gate of the town. This is the only Turkish age mosque in Hungary that has remained intact together with its minaret.