The Hungarian Applied Folk Art Museum, housed in an 18th century beer-house and distillery, showcases ethnic folk art across various media such as carving, pottery, embroidery, weaving and other folk crafts.

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Hungarian Applied Folk Art Museum, Budapest

The Hungarian Applied Folk Art Museum, housed in an 18th century beer-house and distillery, showcases ethnic folk art across various media such as carving, pottery, embroidery, weaving and other folk crafts..

The Hungarian Applied Folk Art Museum, housed in an 18th century beer-house and distillery, showcases ethnic folk art across various media such as carving, pottery, embroidery, weaving and other folk crafts.


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About Hungarian Applied Folk Art Museum

 Budapest, Fő u. 6, 1011 Hungary

 +36 1 201 8734

 hagyomanyokhaza.hu

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