The Cistercian Abbey of Pilis, Hungary was founded in 1184. At that time it was the biggest of its kind in Central Europe. After the Turkish and Hapsburg invasions of Hungary not much has remained of the building complex; the aim of this project was to at least partially reconstruct the Abbey. The multi-tiered fountain that was used as a water tower for the building and the cloister was remodeled. Supporting evidence for both came from surviving fragments.