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Uszó Retreat Center

Uszó is the cradle of the Dharma Gate Buddhist Community, a lonely old peasant house deep in the forest of the Bükk mountains, far away from the noisy and crowded towns. It is a place where people can enjoy the beauty of nature and the healing effect of calmness. The house is surrounded a big plot of land, pastures, fields, and pine, beech and oak trees. The programs at Uszó are organized by the Dharma Gate Buddhist Community and College respectively. The Retreat Center offers a wide range of possibilities to those who seriously want to test their theoretical knowledge against the reality of the practice.

There is also a possibility to pay respect at one of the oldest Hungarian Stupa, named after the Hungarian bodhisatta, Alexander Choma de Koros, who spent years in Tibet nearly two hundred years ago, and who compiled the first reliable Tibetan-English Dictionary and Tibetan Grammar. The stupa was inaugurated by the Venerable Lama Ngawang.