The Hungarian county of Györ-Moson-Sopron sits near both the Austrian and Slovakian borders. The county seat is Györ. Travelers arrive in Györ-Moson-Sopron to visit Györ’s Episcopal Cathedral combining Renaissance, Gothic and Neo-Classical elements to view the famous Irish “Weeping Madonna of Györ.” or city’s former Carmelite Church, the Museum in the cellar of the Bishop’s Palace and the 18th century Zichy Palace. Some visit Altabeck House with its 16th century oriel corner windows; others prefer to wander the Bishop’s Woods or take a daytrip to the Benedictine Arch abbey of Pannonhalma with its 13th century basilica. Sopron has around 115 monuments and about 240 historical buildings. A favorite for travelers to Györ-Moson-Sopron hotels is the Fire Watch tower. Its base is from the 10th century. Its middle dates from the 17th century and its balcony is Baroque. In Sopron, you can also visit a section of the medieval town walls, the underground Roman Lapidarium and a 14th century Charterhouse.