Main events 2019–2020 - Hungary


16-17 May 2019: Conference about St. Martin’s heritage in Hungary and Europe organised in cooperation with the Savaria Museum and with presentations of our partners from Italy, the Netherlands, Germany, Slovakia and Hungary

The Legacy of Saint Martin of Tours in Europe and in Hungary – International Conference


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18 June 2019: Meeting about the Via Sancti Martini Route in the Balaton Museum of Keszthely – presentation of the Balaton highlands St. Martin Route

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June 2019

Restoration of the altarpiece in the St. Martin Church of Csesztve. The work was done by the artist Antal Marosfalvi an honorary member of our association free of charge.

4 July 2019

Book launch of the “Following the Footprints of Saint Martin in Budapest" booklet in Hungarian and English language in the National Gallery in Budapest. The booklet was edited and printed by the Hungarian association.

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9 November 2019 - Inauguration of the Saint Martin Memorial in Kszeg (in remembrance of the St. Martin apparition at the 1532 siege of the town)

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10 November 2019 Planting of St. Martin’s pear tree in the Open-air Museum of Szentendre

Every Monday since spring 2019 a 30-minute programme in the Maria Radio: News, events and discussions about St. Martin and the Via Sancti Martini Route



Closure of the NewPilgrimage project, in which we participated as cooperating partner of the City of Szombathely.

We had the chance to present 1 section of the Via Sancti Martini Route several times:


Book launches:

  • Hungarian edition of Pierre–Yves Fux’s Les Pas de Saint Martin (Szülföld Publishing House)

  • Album about the Pilgrimage Routes of Hungary (Kossuth Publishing House) in which there are three chapters about Via Sancti Martini.

(Although these books were not published by our association, both are important for the Via Sancti Martini Route.)

INTERREG Europe ThreeT project (project partner: Municipality of Vas County) – we had the chance to present Via Sancti Martini to the international partnership.

The tracks of all Hungarian sections of Via Sancti Martini are available in a downloadable version.

Kercaszomor – Szombathely – Rajka section (from the Slovenian to the Slovakian border)

Via Sancti Martini Route on the Great Hungarian Plain

Via Sancti Martini in Baranya County

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The St George Abbey of Ják was founded by Marthinus Magnus de Jaak in cca. 1220, and it was consecrated in 1256. Its magnificent recessed doorway is the finest example of Hungary’s Romanesque architecture. The monastery, built adjacent to the church but destroyed in the late 16th century, was the home of Benedictine monks.   .....



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