Romanesque Church in Hungary from the early 13th century
Lébény, a town midway between Mosonmagyaróvár and Győr, North-West Hungary, has a famous historical monument, the St. James' parochial church. Originally, the church was built for a Benedictian Monastery. Its three naves and three apses are formed in a basilica structure. Columnar capitals are sculptured in the form of plant ornamentation.