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Hall of Art / Műcsarnok, Budapest

Author: Anothertravelguide.com

The largest and the most significant contemporary art display space in Hungary is housed in a neo-renaissance style building that was built for the millennium celebrations. It features five to six large exhibitions every year. Linked to this Budapest art institution is also Ernst Museum and Dorottya Gallery.


Dózsa György út 37

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Keywords: museum, museums, Budapest, Hungary

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