The chapel of San Rocco is a place of worship of Catholic religion located in the Pest district of Budapest. The church was built in an area then uninhabited and was dedicated to the saints Rocco and Rozali, protectors against the plague that hit Pest in 1711. In 1740 the chapel was expanded to the present size and in 1797 a tower was added. The facade is decorated with baroque figures of saints, but the originals were replaced by copies in 1908. Inside, on the right wall of the nave, there is a painting of the Virgin dating back to 1740. In the oratory you can admire a work of 1838 by Jakab Warsch, featuring the great flood of Budapest.