Mattia's church is located in the center of the Holy Trinity Square in Budapest. Although it is commonly called by Mattia Corvino, the true name of the church is Our Assumption Lady of the Castle Hill and is dedicated to Our Lady. It was built between 1255 and 1269 for the will of King Béla IV of Hungary. In 1541 it was transformed into a mosque by the Turks, then passed to the Jesuits. In 1873 and 1896 he was restored by the architect Frigyes Schulek who partially reconstructed it neo-Gothic. It is one of the most interesting buildings of the city of Budapest and the artistic and tourist heritage of the city. In the church Matt King Corvino married twice and was crowned by Francis Joseph I of Austria in 1867 and Charles IV in 1916. It is equipped with exterior portals of great value while the interior is divided into three aisles with precious stained glass and frescoes. There is also the actual funeral chapel where you can find the sarcophagi of Béla III of Hungary and Anna of Chatillon.