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Benczur House, Budapest

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.


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About Benczur House

 VI. Benczúr u. 27., Budapest, Hungary

 +36 1 322 4240

 [email protected]

 www.benczurhaz.hu

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