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Magyar szecesszió építészeti alkotásai - Szenes-ház - XIV. kerület, Thököly út 46. - Budapest. Hungary

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The Hospital in the Rock: A tour through Budapest's darkest days

The Hospital in the Rock: A tour through Budapest's darkest days

Central Library of the Metropolitan Szabó Ervin Library, Budapest, Hungary

Central Library of the Metropolitan Szabó Ervin Library, Budapest, Hungary

"Hungarian Art Nouveau" at the Gresham Palace Budapest. Gresham Palace or Gresham-palota, located in Budapest, Hungary, is an example of Art Nouveau architecture in Central Europe. Built during the early 1900s, it is now a Four Seasons Hotel | JV

"Hungarian Art Nouveau" at the Gresham Palace Budapest. Gresham Palace or Gresham-palota, located in Budapest, Hungary, is an example of Art Nouveau architecture in Central Europe. Built during the early 1900s, it is now a Four Seasons Hotel | JV

Eszterháza Royal Palace, Fertod, Hungary.  This baroque-rococo "Hungarian Versailles" was built between 1720 and 1766 for Miklos Esterhazy Fenyes, head of one of Hungary's wealthiest, aristocratic families.  The Austrian composer Joseph Hayden lived here as a guest for nearly half of his active period, 1766 to 1790.

Eszterháza Royal Palace, Fertod, Hungary. This baroque-rococo "Hungarian Versailles" was built between 1720 and 1766 for Miklos Esterhazy Fenyes, head of one of Hungary's wealthiest, aristocratic families. The Austrian composer Joseph Hayden lived here as a guest for nearly half of his active period, 1766 to 1790.

Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, Hungary by Virág Szabó, ArsDecorativa

Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, Hungary by Virág Szabó, ArsDecorativa