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2020 | 68 | 1 | 37 – 53

Article title

SACRED BUILDINGS OUT OF NECESSITY. ARTICULAR CHURCHES IN HISTORIC WESTERN HUNGARY (1681–1781)

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The articular churches of Protestantism represent a particular group of monuments in East Central Europe, particularly in historic Hungary. In our paper we present our researches and analyses of these churches in historic Western Hungary, a specific historic region between Austria, Hungary and Slovakia. By summarizing the architectural heritage of this building type, we may sketch the possibilities and tendencies of spatial formation, and put them into the context of European Protestant church architecture. The holistic outline of the church type includes the characteristics of the articular churches of the former Vas, Sopron and Pozsony/Prešporok Counties, while also exploring the Hussite connections of the oratory of Réca.

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68

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1

Pages

37 – 53

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  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Architecture, H-1111 Budapest, Műegyetem rakpart 3. K. II. 82, Hungary

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