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Zsambek ruin church
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A stone church, which they expand in the next century, consisted in the 1050 years here already. III. Béla cool Aynard arriving with his wife's accompaniment donates Zsámbék to a knight. This family it is built up around 1220 the being lateromán Gothic basilica, which is the outstanding memory of the Hungarian architecture story in the nature of ruin,. The monastery stood it, which was the home of the order of Premontre, by. IV. Béla cool 1258. June confirmed it its views on 6 it recovered for a church already then his relevant deed of gift. The fate of the building 1763. June an earthquake sealed it on 28, the vault of the northern side aisle and his side wall collapsed. The ruin became unclaimed, the neighbourhood ones carried away the stones. Nothing would have been left of him, if Rómer Flóris is a Benedictine teacher, an art historian and Henszlmann Imre art historian the attention is not called for the necessity of the rescue of the valuable memory in the 1870 years.

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