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The Fire Museum, located in an operating fire station, explores the history of fire brigades and engines, and also exhibits some ancient objects from the Roman settlement of Aquincum..
The Fire Museum, located in an operating fire station, explores the history of fire brigades and engines, and also exhibits some ancient objects from the Roman settlement of Aquincum.
The Conti Chapel is a beautiful Baroque church built in 1740 by stonemason Leopold Conti and wife Kristina Drenker to commemorate the families that survived the cholera epidemic
Dreher Villa is an abandoned single-storey neo-classical mansion built in 1830's for Royal Court Councilor Havas Joszef
The Csosz Tower is a free-standing Romantic tower attached to a 2-storey house, designed by Zofahl Lőrinc and Brein Ferenc
The Kozma Street Cemetery is the biggest Jewish cemetery in Budapest, noted for its elaborate Jugendstil tombs
The Deak Ferenc Mausoleum was built in eclectic style around 1880 to commemorate the life of the eponymous Hungarian Minister of Justice
The Kossuth Lajos Mausoleum was built in eclectic style by Gerster Kálmán between 1903-'09 to hold the mortal remains of the former Governor-President of the Kingdom of Hungary Lajos Kossuth de Udvard et Kossuthfalva
The Ganz Abraham Mausoleum in Kerepesi Cemetery commemorates the life of Hungarian engineer and industrialist Ganz
The Church of Perpetual Adoration is housed in a Neo-Gothic limestone structure built in 1908
The Museum of Witchcraft explores the world of dark magic and withcraft