Premontre monastery church of ZsámbékYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
This is the ruin of a romanesque church built in the 13th century. It burned down in the 15th century and got rebuilt in gothic style. It was badly damaged during Turkish rule in Hungary, and finally collapsed in 1763 as a result of an earthquake. Further deterioration was prevented by an architect called István Möller, who restored it at the end of the 19th century. Despite its condition, it is one of the most prominent pieces of romanesque architecture in Hungary. I used photos taken at ground level for photogrammetry. Because of this, and the fact that this building is full of holes, the result turned out less than satisfactory at some of its parts, but it still provides a pretty good overall picture.