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Mohacs is a small city on the Southern border of Hungary. It was never a large community, but its historical significance is based on its location: it was the site of the battle of Mohacs fought in August 1526 against the invading Ottoman Turks. The...More
As a major milestone in the Hungarian history this place must be visited by Hungarians as respect for the ones who died for the nation. The site is nice but the museum is very small and has little to show. The played movie is simple...More
Mohacs sits on the Danube near the border of Croatia and Serbia, being one of the first settlements founded by the conquering Hungarians and in 1993 the town celebrated the 900th anniversary of its existence.
It is best known for two famous battles, the first...More
We drove to this location and the nearby village from Austria as part of a week in Hungary, and I was also working on a fictional story which included the battle. Recent archaeological evidence suggests that over half of the units fighting here on the...More
Having made a trip to the WWI battlefields and cemeteries earlier this year, I was not expecting to encounter a much earlier example whilst on a Danube cruise but here it was in Mohacs and no less poignant for that. The sun was shining and...More
This park commemorates the defeat of King Louis / Lajos Kiraly by Suleiman the Great in 1526. From here the Turks went on to conquer a great part of Hungary until their eventual removal about 150 years later.
The 'bodies' of men and horses are...More