The Basilica of Esztergom is a prominent religious site located in the city of Esztergom, Hungary. It is a Roman Catholic basilica and is one of the largest churches in the country.
The basilica was built in the 19th century in a neoclassical style, with elements of Renaissance and Baroque architecture. It was designed by the Hungarian architect Jozsef Hild and completed in 1869. The basilica stands on a hill overlooking the Danube River and is a prominent landmark in the region.
The interior of the basilica is adorned with beautiful frescoes, statues, and stained glass windows. The main altar is made of red marble and features a painting of the Assumption of Mary by Johann Peter Krafft. The basilica also houses the largest pipe organ in Hungary, which has 143 stops and 9,999 pipes.