The Deak Ferenc Mausoleum was built in eclectic style around 1880 to commemorate the life of the eponymous Hungarian Minister of Justice.
VIII. Kerepesi Cemetery, Budapest, Hungary
Deák Ferenc Mausoleum and Nearby Attractions on Map
Boscolo Budapest Hotel(1.7 km)
Formerly known as The New York Palace, the Boscolo Budapest is a grand building in typical Hungarian eclectic style.
Vajdahunyad Castle(2.5 km)
The Vajdahunyad Castle is a Hungarian Romantic castle loosely modeled after the Transylvanian Hunyad Fortress.
Millennial Monument(2.6 km)
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.
Museum of Police History(0.8 km)
The Police History Museum traces the history and development of the Hungarian police force from 1848 to the present day, showcasing uniforms, weapons, badges, documents, instruments, sculptures, medals, and photos related to law enforcement.
Benczur House(2.3 km)
The Benczur House was built in 1886 as the residence of Andreas Saxlehner, owner of Hungarian Bitter Water Company.
Church of Perpetual Adoration(1.7 km)
The Church of Perpetual Adoration is housed in a Neo-Gothic limestone structure built in 1908.
Ganz Abraham Mausoleum(0.4 km)
The Ganz Abraham Mausoleum in Kerepesi Cemetery commemorates the life of Hungarian engineer and industrialist Ganz.
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