Hungarian Jewish Museum
Budapest's stunning Great Synagogue is the largest Jewish house of worship in the world outside New York City. Built in 1859, the...
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A very convivial ruin pub offering a variety of distractions – from the escape game in the basement to the upstairs swing bar and,...
Elegant Fausto's offers a top-class dining room and a cheaper osteria just around the corner from the Great Synagogue. It does brilliant...
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Hungarian Jewish Museum information
In an annexe of the Great Synagogue is the Jewish Museum, which contains objects related to religious and everyday life and an interesting handwritten book of the local Burial Society from the 18th century. The Holocaust Memorial Room relates the events of 1944–45, including the infamous mass murder of doctors and patients at a hospital on XII Maros utca south of Moszkva tér in Buda.