The Gyula Castle is a medieval castle constructed out of bricks during the 14th and 15th centuries.
Lacking the stones necessary for building a fortress the locals have constructed the entire castle out of bricks and mortar.
To provide some protection against medieval weaponry and even cannon fire the walls were build strong, in some places they appear to be at least two meters thick.
The castle is still in good condition, in some places restored where the actual medieval materials did not last with reasonably authentic looking materials so that a visitor can appreciate how the place looked like to the people who had to actually live in it.
There are various exhibits of medieval weaponry such as various swords, sabers, spears and really old guns. Even a few suites or armor are on display.
Other exhibits just show the everyday life in a medieval castle such as how food was stored, various cooking implements, a blacksmith’s workshop and similar things.
There are also dungeons of some sorts with medieval implements of torture and death.