The Máriássy Mansion

The late Baroque mansion of the Máriássy family is rectangular size, with an elevated ground floor, partial basement and covered with a jerkinhead gable roof. The rooms have vaulted ceilings, and the windows have frames with mirror decoration.

In the first half of the 19th century, the mansion was owned by Countess Györgyné Erdődy (maiden name: Mária Aspremont), Countess Marie Wolkenstein and the Canon of Eger, Gábor Máriássy, who spent his time in the mansion with his guests mainly during the harvest season. Over the past decades, the building went through a lot, and its renovation and opening to the public will be a task for the years to come.