Ferenc Martyn Museum
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Ferenc Martyn Museum information
Káptalan utca, running east from Dóm tér to Hunyadi János út, contains a plethora of museums, all of them in listed buildings. The Ferenc Martyn Museum displays works by the Pécs-born painter and sculptor (1899-1986) and sponsors special exhibits of local interest.