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Cruises visiting Mohacs & all Mohacs cruises for  2019

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Mohacs is a Hungarian town in the SE part of Baranya County, on both sides of the river Danube. It is possibly best known for its Buso Carnival originating from Turkish times, which lasts for six days, when locals bury the winter and party before the start of Lent. Also of great interest are the Buso masks that, according to legend, helped locals scare away the Turks in the 16th century. There are also several valuable baroque ecclesiastical buildings in town reflecting a variety of faiths and the Episcopal Palace, one of the most beautiful baroque buildings of Hungary that now houses a secondary school.

In the quiet border country south of Mohacs, not far from the town of Sátorhely, lies the 7ha National Park containing the Memorial to The Fallen in the Battle of 1526. The park is on the spot where archaeologists have discovered the graves of some 150,000 dead. Visitors are guided to an atrium-like building where information boards document the story of the battle. Also of great interest to visitors is Dorottya Kanizsai Museum where the history of the battle is illustrated. The Votive Memorial Church is in the centre of town, in the same square as the town hall. It's remarkable for the extraordinary harmony of the sacred space inside, and the loveliness of the modern stained glass.

One of the most decisive moments of Hungarian history is the massive defeat of the Hungarians at the hands of Ottoman Turks on the battlefield of Mohacs on 29 August 1926. The Historical Memorial Park of Mohacs is on the actual battlefield, about four kilometres outside the town, near Satorhely village. The park is definitely worth the effort for anyone with an interest in Hungarian history. There's a small museum by the gate, where - as well as various objects found on the field - you can watch a short film (in a variety of languages) showing how the battle developed.

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