The building which is home to the Museum of Ethnography of Budapest, designed by the architect Alajos Hauszmann, used to be the headquarters of the Court of Justice. The fa├žade is decorated and embellished with sculptures rendering sundry magistrates and judges, and the interior of the building strikes by its huge chandeliers, the stair marble and the large entrance hall.

The Museum of Ethnography of Budapest is home to the largest ethnographic exhibition in the entire Hungary. It consists, actually, of five collections of national artifacts, and of one collection of international and regional tools.

Name:
Museum of Ethnography (Neprajzi Muzeum)
Address:
12, Kossuth Lajos ter, 1055, Budapest, Hungary
Telephone:
0036 1 4732400
Fax:
0036 1 4732401
Website:
www.neprajz.hu
Hungarian museum of ethnography in Budapest Museum of Ethnography in Budapest

12, Kossuth Lajos ter, 1055, Budapest, Hungary

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