Kisnána is a village in Heves county best known for its castle built in the 11th or 12th century. The last owner of the castle was László Móré, who - according to Wikipedia - "alternately supported the two kings of the early Turkish times: János Szapolyai or Habsburg Ferdinánd". He was however defeated by the Turks and died in the prison of Seven Towers in Istanbul.
We in turn were defeated by the fact that we had to pay a ticket to enter a castle which had clearly been rather "altered" in modern times. So we walked around the village and took a few shots of the castle from different angles. Thank Odin for telelenses.