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The Church of Perpetual Adoration is housed in a Neo-Gothic limestone structure built in 1908.
The Church of Perpetual Adoration is housed in a Neo-Gothic limestone structure built in 1908. The 9 metre high marble altar is shaped like a mini-church with spires, and has a statue of the Virgin Mary.
The Pava Street Synagogue in Budapest is home to the Holocaust Memorial Center and Museum
The Museum of Witchcraft explores the world of dark magic and withcraft
Tárt Kapu Galéria showcases modern art by local artists
The Zwack Museum tells the story of Unicum, the Hungarian herbal liqueur concocted by Dr
The Bible Museum explores the history of the holy book, and displays several antique prints of it
CET, also called as Balna (Whale) is a shopping, entertainment and exhibition venue
The Oil and Gas Museum explores the Hungarian oil and natural gas industry's past and development