Szentendre with its colourful houses, narrow alleys and two- dozen museums, is the most frequently visited tourist centre along the Danube. This Mediterranean-like town is the home of Serbs who fled from the Turks and settled there in the 14th-17th centuries. Seven church towers rise high in the sky. Four of them belong to the Orthodox Church. Icons, works of gold and silversmiths and other treasures are found in the Serb Orthodox Church Museum. The 13th-14th century Roman Catholic Parish church stands on the Castle Hill, a sun-dial on its wall tells the time. For the tourist who is looking for nostalgia, there are shops, restaurants, trade signs, the ancient buildings of the Main Square, and the house ornaments.