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.
49 Úri utca, Budapest 1014, Hungary
Telefónia Múzeum and Nearby Attractions on Map
Kossuth Memorial(1.4 km)
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Lajos Kossuth Square(1.4 km)
The Kossuth Lajos Square on the banks of the Danube is Budapest's most important square, surrounded by the Hungarian Parliament Building, Museum of Ethnography, and Kossuth Tér Massacre Memorial.
Mary Magdalene Tower(0.1 km)
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Vigado Square(1.7 km)
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Liberty Statue(2.3 km)
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Danube Promenade(1.6 km)
The Danube Promenade runs along the eastern bank of the Danube River from the Széchenyi Chain Bridge to the Elisabeth Bridge on the Jane Haining Rakpart.
Elisabeth Bridge(2 km)
Elisabeth Bridge connects Buda and Pest at the narrowest part of the Danube in the Budapest area.
Fountain of the Fishing Children(1 km)
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.
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