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.
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