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Imre Nagy's Statue on the Square of Martyrs
Between the Parliament building and Freedom Square is another little square, Vértanúk (or "Martyrs'") Square, ...
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Inside the Great Market Hall
People do not only come here to shop: the building and its atmosphere is just as much a spectacle as it is a p...
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Interior of the Mátyás Church
As you enter through the Maria gate, the reconstructed paintings on the walls, the vaults, and the columns, th...
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István Csók: Self-portrait (Uffizi)
The background of the Self-portrait of István Csók, as a picture-in-picture motif, recalls a fragment of his p...
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István Csók: Two Idols (Venice, Modern Gallery)
István Csók used a fragment of his work known by the title Two idols in the background of his Self-portrait in...
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Izsák Perlmutter Self-portrait, (Uffizi)
The Naples-born Vittorio Pica, the most important art critique of the first three decades of the 20th century,...
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János Hunyadi, Scourge of the Ottomans
János Hunyadi was an outstanding military leader of the middle ages. In 1456, at Nándorfehérvár, now the Serbi...
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János Kupeczky: Self-portrait, (Uffizi)
Considering the creation dates of Hungarian painters' self-portraits in Florence, János Kupeczky's, from the b...
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János Nagy Balogh: Self-portrait, (Uffizi)
There are not many artists in Hungarian painting of the 20th century like János Nagy Balogh in whose oeuvre se...
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János Urbán: Self-portrait (Uffizi)
Among the artists of Hungarian origin in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence the work of János Urbán is less widely...