It was built in 1899 and a protected historical building. It is the seat of the Common Council Office where you can find the register office, ceremony room and the post office too.
Lutheran Church (1882)
It is located in the centre of our village, and it is one of the last examples of the rural classicism. Since it was built, it has been manhandled by the weather many times. Two times it was seriously damaged by a thunderstorm. In 1978 the tower was damaged so badly, it had to be rebuilt. During this rebuilding process the current stumpier steeple was put in place. In 1994 the outside of the church was fully renovated, but in 2010 a hailstorm caused another serious damage. In 2014 it was renovated again and was consecrated by Bishop Peter Gancs.
150th anniversary of the foundation of our village obelisk (1994)
The first settlers who founded our village in 1844 came from the larger neighbouring towns and from other Northern-Hungarian counties. This obelisk was founded by the local council for the 150th anniversary of this event.
The boy with the fish fountain
In the main square you can find “The boy with the fish” fountain made by Jeno Kiss sculptor. It represents the joy of playing. It is located next to the Village Hall in the park behind the World War I. Memorial.
World War I. Memorial
This statue was made by Jeno Martinelli in 1924. It is located in the centre square opposite the Lutheran Church. It is dedicated to the honour of the man and woman of Csanadalberti, who died in World War I. The soldier, who stands on the pedestal, plays on a horn and you can see leaves of an oak tree by his legs. On the back side of the pedestal there are the names of the heroes. The statue was renovated in 2016.
Four wooden headstones and a Szeklers’ Gate in the centre of the village
These are the presents of Okland or in another name Homorodokland. The Szeklers’ Gate decorates the main entrance of the Village Hall. The four wooden headstones are located around the World War I. Memorial.
The memorial tablet of the 1848 Revolution
Located on the side wall of the Village Hall and made from marble, this is a dedication to the 1848-1849 Revolution of Independence.
It became a protected natural reserve as part of the Koros-Maros National Park in 1989 along with the Csanadi plains, Montág and Balsovics plains which is part of a bird migration corridor too. Here you can find the biggest migration of common cranes in Hungary and there are a significant population of great bustard, white-tailed eagle, swallow, common buzzard, common kestrel, European bee-eater. The area is also populated by the pheasant’s eye and chamomile.
It was built in 2016 with the financial help of the government and quickly became the pride of our village. It provides cultural education, entertainment, sporting possibilities to our people. It is also capable to hold cultural micro-region events too.
Memorial Stone in the cemetery
It is dedicated to the memory of the sad events happened with the Hungarian nation and was founded by the council in 2017. The tablets and quotations remind us to the happenings of the World War I. and World War II., the tragedy of Trianon, the czechslovakian-hungarian population exchange which happened 70 years ago and to the Revolution of 1956. There are 9 hero’s headstones in semicircle around the memorial stone and behind it there is the Hero of World War II’s headstone.
In 1897 the Nicsovics family certainly was not the owner in Csanádalberti, however in 1911 George (I) Nicsovics already had 135 acres of land register locally.The family has Serbian origin, fled to Hungary during the Turkish occupation in the 19th century. The family lived in Topola and Nemesmilticse, where they mainly dealt with trade. After the death of George (I) Nicsovics, George (II) Nicsovics inherited the estate and the castle was built with the direction of his son, George (III) Nicsovics in 1923, in later historicist style. During the building of the steps under the mansion’s portico – according to the family’s stories – a bottle was placed and inside this they put thick sheets of paper containing the recorded data about the construction process. During the appropriation in 1945 George (III) Nicsovics’s land was taken away, and after nationalization of the castle, the local cooperative used it as a warehouse.After the end of the communism the castle – like many other – was standing unattended started to head for decay. The castle park is completely overgrown with vegetation, and the building itself is overgrown too. It needs to be rescued.