This is our Mákos Guba. I don’t know exactly how to say it in english, maybe the “Poppy Seed Bread Pudding” is the translated name.
The octagonal main sanctuary is enclosed on three sides, the side sanctuaries are semi-circular. Surviving Romanesque and Gothic stone carvings from the central nave and the southern side nave belong to the esteemed heritage of Hungarian sacred art. One carving depicts the same dragon motive as one of two gold-plated bronze bridle-bits dating from the 12th-13th century that were discovered next to the basilica. These valuable bridle-bits are exhibited in the Hungarian National Museum.
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