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Former White Cross Inn, Budapest

The former White Cross Inn is a Rococo style house from the 18th century that was one of the first inns in Budapest.

The former White Cross Inn is a Rococo style house from the 18th century that was one of the first inns in Budapest. It counts well-known personalities such as Casanova among its patrons.


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About Former White Cross Inn

 Batthyány Lajos tér 4, Budapest, Hungary

 www.muemlekem.hu

Former White Cross Inn and Nearby Sights on Map

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Hungarian Applied Folk Art Museum

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Arany Sas Patikamúzeum

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