The church of the Premonstratensian provostship of royal foundation at Ócsa is one of the significant relics of the Hungarian church architecture in the Middle Ages, which remained almost undamaged. The frescos found in its sanctuary are one of the outstanding wall paintings from the Árpád Age.
The Premonstratensian provostship in Ócsa was probably founded between 1210 and 1235, its church built in Romanesque style. It is a three-nave cathedral with a transept with two towers on the western side. A monastery, entirely ruined by now, stood at the north-western end of the church.
Ócsa - Premonstratensian Church
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