Veresegyház is a town in Pest county, Hungary.The town lies in Gödöllő-Hills near the Cserhát, in the south with Mogyoród hornbeam and the Foth Somlyó csomádi high hill, in the east and north with the Margita, and is surrounded by the Old Man Mountain. From Veresegyház in the north-west there are the őrbottyáni Őrhegy and the váchartyáni hill can be seen. The nearest neighbour is Szada.
Roman Catholic Church In 1777, Christopher Migazzi Vac was built by Bishop Louis XVI style facade of the tower is the cardinal's coat of arms, and his name. Famous semicircular chancel, and XVIII.Bear and wolf shelters Veresegyház 1998th November 24 was opened on Central Europe's only bearshelter. 3.5 acres of continuous play for 39 runs in liking brown bear. There are wolves in the park.