The Calvinist Church is located on the Buda side of the Danube River in Budapest, just opposite the Budapest Parliament Building, at the foot of the Fisherman's Bastion. Walking by the river, it is easy to notice this red-brick church, whose style is very different from other churches in Budapest.
The Calvinist Church of Buda is the first reformed church in Buda. The building began in 1892 and was completed in 1896. A 62-meter high tower is separated from the church. The church is a nave, surrounded by four temple-like parts, and above it is a central decagonal superstructure. The pyramid-shaped roof is covered with colorful Zsolnay tiles.
The Protestant church on the opposite bank of the Parliament building is very beautiful, the roof is covered with glazed tiles
There are churches everywhere, each one is different, like a castle
There are too many art works on display here, and many people come here to visit. Artists must check it out