We can find architectural landmarks in town, preserving the memory of its rich and stormy past. The Classicist Town Hall Building from 1889 stands on the banks of the Révlaposi Backwater, on its walls plaques recall the memorable events of the main square. The Fallen Heroes Memorial, the sculpture of János Istók, was inaugurated in the garden of the neighboring Reformed Church in 1927. The Kner Memorial Square is not too far from here, where the Kner Memorial, created by the two-time Munkácsy Award winner sculptor András Kiss Nagy is standing. The Well of Wisdom public fountain, the artwork of the Munkácsy Award winner sculptor György Kungl, is on the square, too. From the Thermal Fountain in Hantoskert, the artwork of Ferenc Ercsey, flows medicinal water recommended for the treatment of chronic illnesses. Statues of St. John of Nepomuk, the protector of travelers, fishermen and bridges greet travelers on the small bridge over the Révlaposi Backwater and on the square in front of the St. Emeric Roman Catholic Church. The Memorial of the Gendarme Fusillade, set up in 1975 to remember the victims of the gendarme fusillade in Endrőd in 1935, is the artwork of István Kiss. We can find the World War I Heroes Memorial and the World War II Memorial here on Heroes Square, too. The Memorial of the Schools of Varjas and Nagylapos, erected by their former students, was created of oak wood by István Szonda.