Erzsébetváros Bilingual Elementary School

Erzsébetváros & the Jewish Quarter

This art nouveau primary school designed by Ármin Hegedűs in 1906 has superb mosaics on its facade depicting contemporary children's games.

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1. Liszt Music Academy

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2. Ferenc Liszt Memorial Museum

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3. House of Terror

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6. György Ráth Museum

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7. House of Hungarian Photographers

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8. Orthodox Synagogue

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