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Museum of Applied Arts

1091 Budapest Üllői Way 33-37, Hungary
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  • Museum of Applied Arts
    Deborah McCoy
    5 Jul 04, 2012

    A quiet uncrowded refuge. Wander the cool echoing halls and view lovely objets d'art.

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    Nadia Donova-Sanchez
    4 Jun 25, 2012
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    5 Aug 19, 2012
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This stunning art nouveau building is considered a masterpiece by the "Hungarian Gaudi,"Odon Lechner. Like other Lechner works, it features Hungarian folk ceramics in the design, including Zsolnay pottery, as well as Islamic and Hindu motifs. The museum was only the third of its kind in the world when it opened, and today has a permanent exhibition of Hungarian arts and crafts, as well as a rich ... read more
collection of European decorative arts - furniture, metalwork, textiles, ceramics and glass.

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Aliases: Magyar Iparművészeti Múzeum