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The Benczur House was built in 1886 as the residence of Andreas Saxlehner, owner of Hungarian Bitter Water Company.
The Benczur House was built in 1886 as the residence of Andreas Saxlehner, owner of Hungarian Bitter Water Company. Today the 3-storey mansion houses the Postal Museum, which recreates a 19th century Hungarian post office.
The Zoltan Kodaly Memorial Museum celebrates the life and works of the renowned Hungarian music composer
The Millenial Monument on Heroes' Square was built in 1896 to honor Hungarian heroes on the event of the 1000th anniversary of the Magyar conquest in 895
The Vajdahunyad Castle is a Hungarian Romantic castle loosely modeled after the Transylvanian Hunyad Fortress
The Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum is a reconstruction of music maestro Liszt's residence in the old Academy of Music, where the composer lived from 1881 till his death in 1886
Andrassy Avenue is a 19th century boulevard in Budapest that is part of the city's UNESCO World Heritage site for its authentic urban architectural ensemble
Formerly known as The New York Palace, the Boscolo Budapest is a grand building in typical Hungarian eclectic style
The Oil and Gas Museum explores the Hungarian oil and natural gas industry's past and development
The St Teresa of Avila Church has a 19th century stone building with interiors by Mihaly Pollack