Unitarian church: medieval fresco scenes covering 100 square meters, unique coffered ceiling, painted furniture, sanctuary dating from the Árpád Dynasty of medieval Hungary
Catholic church: Rococo ceiling, sculptures dated before the Reformation period, side altar from 1646, 18th-century altar!

 

 

 

 

 

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The inscription of Homoródkarácsonyfalva

The recognition that the Hungarian Rune Writing on a fragmentary lintel of the Unitarian church dates to earlier times has come with the restoration of the Unitarian church. The stone with the Rune inscription was walled in the Gothic tower of the church dated to 1496, with the letters facing upside down. The researchers’ dating of the Rune inscription to 1496 is thus understandable. The fact that the lintel fragment had originally composed a part of a Romanesque entrance and was transferred to the tower by the rebuilding of the church has become evident now. The Rune letters could consequently have been engraved into the stone around the 13th century. The inscription found in the place of the abolished medieval church of Vargyas in 1994 could have been similar to this one regarding its age. The letters were incised into the edge of font of archaic form from the 13th and 14th centuries. A possible interpretation of the Rune writing reads thus: MiHáLyJ:iRTánKöVeT (a possible translation in English: Mihály engraved the stone.)

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Unitarian church: medieval fresco scenes covering 100 square meters, unique coffered ceiling, painted furniture, sanctuary dating from the Árpád Dynasty of medieval Hungary
Catholic church: Rococo ceiling, sculptures dated before the Reformation period, side altar from 1646, 18th-century altar!