The Mosque of Pasha Qasim, known by locals as the "dzsámi" (Jaamy) in Széchenyi square, Pécs, Hungary

The Mosque of Pasha Qasim, known by locals as the "dzsámi" (Jaamy) in Széchenyi square, Pécs, Hungary Climbed that hill many times when I taught at the Janus.

The dancing water fountains in Széchenyi Square, Pécs. Interesting story: they were originally designed to be capable of shooting more than 3 metres into the air, but local shopkeepers asked to have them scaled back to avoid scaring customers!

The dancing water fountains in Széchenyi Square, Pécs. Interesting story: they were originally designed to be capable of shooting more than 3 metres into the air, but local shopkeepers asked to have them scaled back to avoid scaring customers!

The ceramic-decorated southern city of Pecs

The ceramic-decorated southern city of Pecs

Geological institute, Budapest, roof

Zsolnay Tiles on the Roof of the Geological Institute of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary

Zsolnay Tiles on the Roof of the Geological Institute of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary Photographic Print by David Greedy

Pécs, Hungary

Pécs, Hungary

Pécs, Hungary

Pécs, Hungary

Pécs, Magyar Tudományos Akadémia

Buildings of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Buildings in Pécs.

Pécs paikassa Baranya megye

Pécs in Baranya megye

What to see in Hungary… beyond Budapest? We show you 7 of our favorite Hungarian cities: welcome to Pécs now!

Hungarian Cities: Pécs, The City Of Culture

What to see in Hungary… beyond Budapest? We show you 7 of our favorite Hungarian cities: welcome to Pécs now!

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