The Inner City Parish Church (or Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary) in Budapest on the Pest side of the Elizabeth Bridge has undergone many renovations in the past few months.
Magyar Építők reported that the renovation project includes completely renovating the church’s two towers, building an elevator inside, and adding a walking pathway between the two towers.
According to the plans, the management of the project plans to open a brand-new panoramic viewpoint from the towers this December.
The project started this January. Experts and architects worked on the complete renovation of the church, the towers, and also cleaning its historical objects and features. On the ground floor of the building, a smaller church store will be opened alongside an exhibition on the floor of the towers. On the planned metal pathway between the two towers, visitors can admire the structure of the building from the outside.
The North Tower will also feature a panoramic point with an amazing view on the Danube and the Buda side of the city.
We are in the midst of the Liget Budapest project, which aims to modernise and renovate the City Park, thus creating a cultural hub and a museum quarter in the heart of the city.