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Holy-Well place of pilgrimage

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Hidden : 08/08/2007
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The cashe is in the wood which is around the chapel, under an old trunk. The size of the cashe is 20 x 10 x 6 cm. Altitude is 305 m.

Csatka is a village in Komárom-Esztergom county in Hungary at the North-Eastern edge of the Bakony Mountains. The first written mention of the village dates from 1326. A Pauline monastery was established here in 1357. Following Turkish destruction, the Pauline monks were able to return only in 1630. They ran a flourishing manor until the time of Joseph II who decreed many religious orders to be disbanded.

The chapel dedicated to the Blessed Virgin is a famous place of pilgrimage. It is connected to a holy well, the water of which is believed to be an agent of healing.

Numerous legends are attached to the Holy Well. A forest chapel has stood next to the springs since 1863, when it became a recognised place of pilgrimage. In recent years it has been visited primarily by Roma pilgrims who also celebrate mass in their own language. Interestingly, concurrently with the religious festival is a tradition, the” girl’s fair „at which parents look for a bride-to-be for their male children.

In the village is a Gothic church built in the 1300’s underwent Baroque reconstructions in 1779 and 1801.

How to get there:
There are local buses running to the settlement from Gyor, Komárom, Székesfehérvár. By car, take Route 81 to Kisbér and look for the village south, near Ácsteszér.

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