St. Anne's Church, Miskolc

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St. Anne’s Church
48°6′17″N 20°45′49″E / 48.10472°N 20.76361°E / 48.10472; 20.76361Coordinates: 48°6′17″N 20°45′49″E / 48.10472°N 20.76361°E / 48.10472; 20.76361
Location Miskolc
Country Hungary
Denomination Roman Catholic
History
Consecrated August 3, 1823
Architecture
Status Parish church
Functional status active
Style Baroque
Administration
Parish Miskolc-Szent Anna
Deanery Miskolc
Archdeaconry Archdiocese of Eger
Diocese Borsod
Clergy
Priest(s) Péter Szarvas

The St. Anne's Church (Hungarian: Szent Anna-templom) is a Roman Catholic parish church on St. Anna Square, Miskolc, Hungary. Locally it is often referred to as "Red Church", because of its red roof.

The construction of the building started on July 21, 1816. The church was consecrated on August 3, 1823. The parsonage was completed in 1826, and the church functions as a parish church since then. The church was built in late Baroque style with some Neoclassical elements; the altar and the pulpit are late Neoclassical. The first public clock of the city was in the church's tower.

Actress Róza Széppataki-Déry and the sister of painter Mihály Munkácsy, Cecília Lieb are buried in the church's cemetery.

The church also used to be the end terminus of the first tram line of Miskolc between 1897 (the beginning of tram service) and 1905.

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