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The Gizi Bajor Actors’ Museum, housed in the mansion of actress Gizi Bajor, offers a behind-the-screen look at Hungarian Theatre.
The Gizi Bajor Actors’ Museum, housed in the mansion of actress Gizi Bajor, offers a behind-the-screen look at Hungarian Theatre. It exhibits Bajor's personal belongings and stage props, as well as Hungarian theatre and opera artifacts such as photographs, drawings, paintings, models, and memorabilia. It takes visitors through the entire production process from conceptualization to premiere.
Farkasreti Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Buda, and the burial site of notable citizens of Hungary since its opening in 1894
The Gothic Mary Magdalene Tower is a reconstruction of the 13th century Franciscan church used by Hungarian citizens of Budapest
The Varfok Gallery showcases Hungarian contemporary and avant-garde art
The Telephone Museum presents the history of telephones in Hungary over the last 120 years, displaying various relics, including a Rotary 7A1 telephone exchange used between 1928-1985, old phones and various cables
The equestrian statue of Empress Maria Theresia's favourite Hussar General András Hadika on Castle Hill honors the former High Commander of Transylvania
Arany Sas Patikamúzeum or Golden Eagle Pharmacy Museum showcases the unusual medieval 'cures' that were recommended before a scientific approach was adopted, including ambergris, mummy powder, bat saliva and special concoctions
Fountain of the Fishing Children, by sculptor Károly Senyey in 1912, depicts 2 boys tackling a huge fish, while a girl nearby plays in the water