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The St Teresa of Avila Church has a 19th century stone building with interiors by Mihaly Pollack.
The St Teresa of Avila Church has a 19th century stone building with interiors by Mihaly Pollack. Renovated in the 20th century, it hosts religious concerts.
VI. PethÅ‘ Sándor utca 2, Budapest, Hungary
+36 1 342 0534
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