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The chapel with a small hospice were established in 1741 as a part of the last will of count Adam Zichy. The hospice provided sheltered to up to 5 poor people at once, and also provided allowance to these families in need from the foundation funds. In 1904 Géza Spitzer bought the property and converted it into the largest printing office in the town and a bookshop. The ground floor serves as bookshop until today. The richly decorated single nave chapel, its columns, the main altar and the paintings represent the Baroque style. Above the side entrance there’s a relief with a cross and an inscription from 1808. The chapel was renovated in 2016.

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