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Location: For Sale Pub
Location type: sightFor Sale PubBudapest, Hungary

This Budapest bar allows drinkers to leave their mark on the walls, floor, and even ceiling. Covering every inch of just about every surface are small pieces of paper stapled and pinned by years worth of customers looking to mark their passing. Drawings, notes, business cards, paintings, and pictures are just a few of the mementos that have been attached to the bar interior.

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Location type: sightZalaszántói SztupaZalaszántó, Hungary

One of the biggest Buddhist stupas in Europe, hidden from most locals. Also called the Peace Stupa of Zalaszántó, it was built in the early 1990s by Bop Jon, a Buddhist monk from South Korea.

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Location type: sightTaródi várSopron, Hungary

A castle built in the mid-20th century by one family. Despite its relatively recent creation, Taródi Vár perfectly captures the medieval castle spirit. Pointed 20 meter-high turrets shoot into the air, and the dark, green forests surrounding the residence encroach mysteriously on the castle walls.

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Location type: sightLibrary of the Sárospatak Reformed CollegeSárospatak, Hungary

One of Hungary's most influential places of learning. Some of the oldest and most important pieces of the Sárospatak collection recently returned to the country after more than half a century abroad.

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Location type: sightDiósgyőr CastleMiskolc, Hungary

This castle played host to the largest great hall found in medieval Central Europe. The walls of the castle were likely constructed around the 13th-century upon a rock hill elevating from the valley of the Szinva stream.

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Location type: sightFekete Sas PatikamúzeumSzékesfehérvár, Hungary

Black Eagle is the oldest pharmacy in Székesfehérvár, and remained a functioning pharmacy for 300 years. In December of 1745, when the widow of the last pharmacist died, the new owners, the Jesuits, purchased the pharmacy for 1,200 Forints.

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Location type: sightKölcsey Ferenc sírjaSzatmárcseke, Hungary

Hundreds of boat-shaped headstones fill this graveyard as part of a centuries-old custom with mysterious origins. One theory is that the boats symbolize an old belief about death being part of a journey. Another theory is that dead bodies were once floated to their burial sites on vessels which were subsequently up-ended, carved, and used as headstones.

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Location type: sightKoller GalleryBudapest, Hungary

The oldest private art gallery in all of Hungary. Located in the castle district in Budapest. Some of the most notable pieces in the collection are etchings created by Orosz István.

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Location type: sightTác-GorsiumTác, Hungary

The remains of an entire Roman city can be explored in this interactive museum. After initial excavations in a former vineyard in Hungary’s Tác municipality found a large structure that initially seemed to be a Christian basilica, the site began to offer up the remains of an entire settlement.

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Location type: sightBory CastleSzékesfehérvár, Hungary

Bory Castle was the work of Hungarian sculptor and architect Jeno Bory. Bory built the castle between 1923 and 1959 with the help of several of his students.

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Location type: sightRáth György-villaBudapest, Hungary

A collection of Asian art and curiosities. Between 1882 and 1914, voyaging via steamers and the new transcontinental railways, Hopp collected over 4,500 objects. His collection started simply, with an ostrich egg, and evolved into the impressive collection of Asian art housed in the György Ràth Museum.

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Location type: sightMicro Wonder MuseumSzentendre, Hungary

A grand collection of miniature art so tiny you can only see it through the lens of a microscope. The miniatures fit an immense amount of detail into just about a millimeter of space, telling a story at a scale invisible to the naked eye.

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