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The Hermes Fountain on Vaci utca depicts the Greek God Hermes standing atop a pedestal with 4 water spouts in different directions..
The Hermes Fountain on Vaci utca depicts the Greek God Hermes standing atop a pedestal with 4 water spouts in different directions.
Váci utca, Budapest 1052, Hungary
The Klotild Palace is one of the typical Hungarian Neo-Baroque eclectic twin buildings constructed during the turn of the 20th century to designs by Kálmán Giergl and Flóris Korb
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