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Opera House

Hungarian State Opera

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Harald
Harald
February 16, 2020
A magnificent building by the Hungarian architect Miklós Ybl on Budapest's impressive boulevard Andrássy. The oldest subway on the european continent runs under the street.
Su
Su
January 7, 2020
The state opera house. Opera [M1] metro station as well
Roderick
Roderick
December 1, 2019
Building has a remarkable Renaissance style interior that is worth a tour.
Abdel
Abdel
October 27, 2019
THungarian State Opera – opened in 1884 – (Magyar Állami Operaház) is the masterpiece of Miklós Ybl, one of the greatest Hungarian architects of all time. The building is a splendid example of neo-Renaissance style, while its rich ornaments also show a few baroque elements. The auditorium can seat…
Fáni
Fáni
October 21, 2019
Classical music lover must visit

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Location
22 Andrássy út
VI. kerület, 1061
Phone+36 1 814 7100
Websiteopera.hu
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