Pécs

Pécs is a town in the south-west of . Pécs is the administrative and economical centre of Baranya County. The city has a Mediterranean atmosphere and is treasure trove of science, arts and sacrality.
Photo: Imoti95, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Church
The Downtown Candlemas Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, formerly known as the is a Roman Catholic church in Pécs, , which was a mosque in the 16–17th century due to the Ottoman conquest. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 1.0.

Museum
Photo: Váradi Zsolt, CC BY-SA 2.5.

Museum
Photo: Pecsituke, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Art gallery
Photo: Mrszantogabor, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Pécs

Latitude
46.0763° or 46° 4' 34.8" north
Longitude
18.2281° or 18° 13' 41.1" east
Open Location Code
8FRW36GH+G6
Population
145,000
IATA airport code
PEV
United Nations Location Code
HU PEC
Elevation
127 metres (417 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 17550787
Geo­Names ID
3046526
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Pécs
  • Albanian: Pécs
  • Arabic: Pécs
  • Arabic: بيتش
  • Armenian: Պեչ
  • Asturian: Pécs
  • Azerbaijani: Peç
  • Balinese: Pécs
  • Bashkir: Печ (ҡала, Венгрия)
  • Bashkir: Печ
  • Basque: Pécs
  • Belarusian: Печ
  • Belarusian: Пэч
  • Bengali: পিকস
  • Bosnian: Pečuh
  • Breton: Pécs
  • Bulgarian: Печ
  • Catalan: Pécs
  • Cebuano: Pécs
  • Chechen: Печ
  • Chinese: Pécs
  • Chinese: 佩奇
  • Croatian: Pecs
  • Croatian: Petocrikva
  • Croatian: Pečuh
  • Croatian: Pécs
  • Czech: Pécs
  • Czech: Pětikostelí
  • Danish: Pecs
  • Danish: Pécs
  • Dutch: Funfkirchen
  • Dutch: Fünfkirchen
  • Dutch: Pécs
  • Eastern Mari: Печ
  • Egyptian Arabic: بيتش
  • English: Pecs
  • Esperanto: Pecs
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  • Estonian: Pecs
  • Estonian: Pécs
  • Finnish: Pecs
  • Finnish: Pécs
  • French: Cinq-Eglises
  • French: Cinq-Églises
  • French: Pécs
  • Galician: Pécs
  • Georgian: პეჩი
  • German: Fünfkirchen
  • German: Pecs
  • German: Pecuh
  • German: Pecuj
  • German: Pečuh
  • German: Pečuj
  • German: Pécs
  • German: Quinque Ecclesiae
  • Greek: Πέτς
  • Greek: Πεκς
  • Greek: Πετς
  • Gujarati: પેક્સ
  • Hebrew: פץ'
  • Hebrew: פץ
  • Hindi: पेक्स
  • Hungarian: Fünfkirchen
  • Hungarian: Pecuh
  • Hungarian: Pécs
  • Hungarian: Quinque Ecclesiae
  • Hungarian: Sopianae
  • Ido: Pécs
  • Indonesian: Fünfkirchen
  • Indonesian: Pecs
  • Indonesian: Pécs
  • Italian: Cinquechiese
  • Italian: Fünfkirchen
  • Italian: Pecs
  • Italian: Pècs
  • Italian: Pécs
  • Italian: Sopianae
  • Japanese: ペーチ
  • Japanese: ペーチュ
  • Kannada: ಪೆಕ್ಸ್
  • Korean: 페치
  • Latin: Pecs
  • Latin: Pécs
  • Latin: Quinque Ecclesiae
  • Latin: Quinque Ecclesiæ
  • Latin: Sopianae
  • Latin: Sopianæ
  • Latvian: Pécs
  • Latvian: Pēča
  • Lithuanian: Pečas
  • Lithuanian: Pécs
  • Lithuanian: Pėčas
  • Lombard: Pécs
  • Luxembourgish: Pécs
  • Macedo-Romanian: Pécs
  • Macedonian: Печ
  • Malay: Pecs
  • Malay: Pécs
  • Maltese: Pecs
  • Maltese: Pécs
  • Marathi: पेक्स
  • Marathi: पेच, हंगेरी
  • Marathi: पेच
  • Min Nan Chinese: Pécs
  • Mingrelian: პეჩი
  • Norwegian: Pécs
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Fünfkirchen
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Pecs
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Peçuy
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Pečuh
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Pécs
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Fünfkirchen
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Pecs
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Peçuy
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Pečuh
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Pečuj
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Päťkostolie
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Pécs
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Quinque Ecclesiae
  • Occitan (post 1500): Pécs
  • Ossetian: Печ
  • Persian: پچ
  • Piemontese: Pécs
  • Polish: Fünfkirchen
  • Polish: Pecs
  • Polish: Pecz
  • Polish: Peçuy
  • Polish: Pečuh
  • Polish: Pięciokościoły
  • Polish: Pécs
  • Polish: Pětikostelí
  • Portuguese: Pécs
  • Pushto: پچ (هنګري)
  • Pushto: پچ
  • Quechua: Pécs
  • Romanian: Pecs
  • Romanian: Pécs
  • Russian: Ипек
  • Russian: Печ
  • Scots: Pécs
  • Serbian: Pečuj
  • Serbian: Pécs
  • Serbian: Печух
  • Serbian: Печуј
  • Serbo-Croatian: Pečuh
  • Serbo-Croatian: Pečuj
  • Serbo-Croatian: Pécs
  • Silesian: Pécs
  • Sinhala: පෙක්ස්
  • Slovak: Päťkostolie
  • Slovak: Pécs
  • Slovenian: Pécs
  • Spanish: Pecs
  • Spanish: Pécs
  • Swahili: Pécs
  • Swedish: Pecs
  • Swedish: Pécs
  • Swiss German: Pécs
  • Tamil: பேக்ஸ்
  • Tatar: Печ
  • Telugu: పీస్
  • Thai: เปช
  • Tok Pisin: Pécs
  • Tosk Albanian: Pécs
  • Turkish: Pecs
  • Turkish: Peçuy
  • Turkish: Pécs
  • Turkish: Pécsi
  • Ukrainian: Печ
  • Urdu: پئچ
  • Urdu: پیکس
  • Uzbek: Pech
  • Veps: Peč
  • Vietnamese: Pécs
  • Vlax Romani: Pech
  • Volapük: Pécs
  • Waray (Philippines): Pécs
  • Welsh: Pécs
  • Western Mari: Печ
  • Western Panjabi: پیچ
  • Wu Chinese: 佩奇
  • Yiddish: פעטש
  • Yue Chinese: 佩奇
  • Fuenfkirchen
  • Hird
  • Magyarürügy
  • Meced Sabolc
  • Mecek Sabolc
  • Mecsekalja
  • Mecsekszabolcs
  • Málom
  • Nadapipad
  • Nadarpad
  • Nagyárpád
  • Patacs
  • Peçuy-
  • Rácváros
  • Somogy
  • Vasas

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