The Esztergom Castle Museum, as a branch of the Hungarian National Museum, is located in Esztergom, the hometown of the first Hungarian King, which was the capital of Hungary during the rule of the Árpád dynasty. It was and it still is the head of the Hungarian Catholic Church and one of the outstanding centres of the Hungarian Renaissance. With its unparalleled endowments, Esztergom is constantly in the throes of the main currents of European movements and historical events. The Castle Hill in the middle of the city and the Museum here preserve special treasures from the birthplace of the Hungarian state. In recent years, invaluable cultural heritage values have been saved and many unique historical spaces have been presented in the Castle Museum, thanks to reconstruction works and investments throughout the Palace.

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