The Baroque Széchenyi square Gyor's main square. Mostly 17-18. century framed buildings, particularly in the northern baroque palaces and buildings of the south side of the Benedictines remarkable. For centuries, this square was the center of public life, several events have been held here today. During the Turkish occupation of the area in underground prison, and later stood in the pillory, the abbot, was the noble house kivégzőhelye. 1688 was the last in Győr, burning of witches, in 1715, cut off his head Géczy Julianna, the "Levoča white woman".

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