Just at the corner of the main square in Kesztheny is the Franciscan Church, built around 1390. In 1878, the tower was renovated in the Neo-Gothic style, though it incorporated the original, fourteenth-century stone rosette, seen at left.
When we arrived, it was late morning and the sunlight was streaming through the windows. Kinga went inside with the digital camera and came out shaking her head: “YouÂ have toÂ go in there!” she said.
KoÅ›ciół Franciszkanów – niestety nie moÅ¼na było wejÅ›Ä‡ do Å›rodka i wszystko oglÄ…daliÅ›my zza kraty.
After looking in the church (which was closed for the most part – the case with most churches in Hungary, we noticed), we headed on toÂ Kossuth ut., the main street in Keszthely, which leads up to the palace.