The Millenium tower, also known as the Tower on the hill or simply the Gardos tower was built in 1896, within the oldest preserved fortification from the 14th century, at the hill of Gardos, right over the right bank of the Danube.
The tower, 36 meters high, was built on the ruins of a medieval fortress by Hungarian architects, for the celebration of millennium of Hungarian residence in Pannonia.
The story of the Millennium Gardos tower, many linked to the events of the Middle Ages and Sibinjanin Janka. The tower was popularly named after the Hungarian hero and a fighter against the Turks, Janos Hunyadi, who died from plague in medieval fortress on Gardos.
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