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We hope that you will have a nice time and collect wonderful experiences at our place. We are aiming at making our services comparable to the picturesque sites and through this helping you recall your memories time after time. We are looking forward to seeing you again! Come and visit us!
 Mayor: Filep Gusztáv E-mail: jegyzo@merk.hu
 Telefon: +36-44 554-000 Fax: +36-44 554-054
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Református templom - Mérk

Phone: +36 44 554-009
Fax number: +36 44 554-008
Contact person: Szabó Konrád Sándor
Address: Mérk,
Link: www.parokia.net/template3.php?id=420

The Protestant Church was erected between 1899 and 1914 (eclectic).

Római katolikus templom - Mérk

Phone: +36-44-355-238
Contact person: Dr. Mezei András plébános
Address: 4352 Mérk, Hunyadi út 76.
Link: www.merk.hu

The Roman Catholic Church was erected in 1882-84 in honour of St. Peter and St. Paul (eclectic)

Képek Mérkről

Phone: +36-44/554-000
Contact person: Kárpáti István
Address: 4352 Mérk, Hunyadi u. 5.
Link: www.merk.hu
Fax number: +36-44/578-054

According to the almost forgotten legend, as Prince Gábor Báthori was mustering up his army against the Turks, a frightening dragon appeared and tried to hinder the army’s procession. Somebody had to cross swords with the beast in order to avoid being delayed. The Prince was asked whether he dares taking the beast on. The answer was yes. At the location where the Prince uttered the word “yes”, the village called “Mérk” sprang up years later. (The word ‘merek’ in Hungarian means “I dare”.) The story runs mentioning that first it was the shoulder of the dragon that the Prince wounded. At the location where the wounding of the beast took place, the village “Vállaj” got created. (The word “Vállaj” means the lower portion of a shoulder.) When the Prince defeated the beast, he threw its lifeless body into a place where nettles were growing. Later, the village “Csanálos” (old Hungarian word referring to a place where nettles grow) got created at the location.
 ecclesiastical art
Wonderful pieces of art in the service of the Church.


Phone: +36-44-355-238
Address: 4352 Mérk, Hunyadi út 76.
Link: www.merk.hu

The altar-piece was created by world renown Hungarian painter Károly Lotz who finished the work in 1890.

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