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The Csonka János Memorial Museum showcases the life and works of Hungarian engineer Csonka Janos, best known for inventing the carburetor..
The Csonka János Memorial Museum showcases the life and works of Hungarian engineer Csonka Janos, best known for inventing the carburetor.
31 Bartók Béla út, Budapest 1114, Hungary
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Elisabeth Bridge connects Buda and Pest at the narrowest part of the Danube in the Budapest area
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