The church of Fertőendréd turned 100 years old in 2008. To increase the solemnity of this notable anniversary we placed a Virgin Mary Statue in the church. The representative body of the parish asked for a recommendation as to how to create a place for the statue. The statue was selected to be placed within the right-hand triangle formed by the vestibule and the main nave of the church. I designed the shape of the niche to intimate its contents. The patron saint of the church is our King Saint Stephen who offered Hungary to the Virgin Mary in sheer desperation. Developing this concept, the planned building is composed of three parts. Down below, the country of the Virgin Mary – and of Saint Stephen – (its outline and the trimount) is the symbol of incarnation, which is then filled with faithfulness by the figure of the Virgin Mary. At the top, spirituality– and virginity, the most important characteristic of the Virgin Mary – is symbolised by a lily. During implementation the original plans were somewhat altered.