The Museum of Fine Arts of Budapest is, by far, one of the most important museums in the capital of Hungary. Its popularity is owed to the fact its permanent collections consist of highly prized works of art, but a truly eye-catching feature refers to the very building where the museum has been set up. We speak of a majestic Neo-classical building, a genuine architectural landmark of Budapest.
The permanent collections are divided by the geographical and cultural place of origin of the masterpieces. Thus, the Greek, the Roman and the Egyptian collections yield a significant part of the said exhibitions. However, the Italian and the Spanish collections seem to stand as the most appreciated of all, chiefly due to their comprehensiveness.
On top of that, the museum is also famed for the exquisite temporary exhibitions it constantly hosts, exhibitions featuring valuable and worldwide renowned masterpieces.
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