House of Hungarian Photographers


An extraordinary venue in the city’s theatre district, the House of Hungarian Photographers has top-class photo exhibitions. Located in Mai Manó Ház, which was built in 1894 as a photo studio, don't miss the extraordinary Daylight Studio (Napfényműterem) on the top floor, which was used to take studio photographs in natural light.

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