The village of Vizsoly is located in the north-east of Hungary in the county of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén. The village was probably established at the end of the 12th century near the river Hornád on the important medieval trade route which ran from the Balkans to the Baltic Sea.
The establishment of the exhibition called “The Vizsoly Bible” in the building of the Study Room of Historical Holdings and Regional Literature at Pri Miklušovej väznici 1 in Košice is one of the main results of the project titled “A Unique Part of Hungarian Literature – the Vizsoly Bible – can also be found in Košice”.
The partner exhibition in Vizsoly is located in the “Református Betlehem” or Reformed Bethlehem educational and cultural visitor centre. The centre consists of four buildings. The entrance building includes a visitor reception area and ticket desk with a themed bookshop and a café.