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Ópusztaszer National Historic Memorial Park - Ópusztaszer
Summer street in the open-air museum
Address: 6767, Ópusztaszer Szoborkert 68.
Phone number: (62) 275-133 /103, (62) 275-133 /104
Opening hours: 01.04-30-10.: Tue-Sun 10-18
01.11-30.03.: Tue-Sun 10-16 (Skanzen, external exhibiton closed)

The current fare for those interested informed about the institution's website: www.opusztaszer.hu
The exhibition has closed for visitors.
2008.04.29. - 2009.05.01.
temporary exhibition
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The Rózsa Sándor exhibition opening at the Ópusztaszer Memorial Park presents, among others, the pistol and tobacco pouch of the rascal chief. Over hundred and fifty relics, as well as coins conjure up the world in which Sándor Rózsa lived.

The National Historic Memorial Park of Ópusztszer presents a real rascal weekend in the first days of May. We learned from the ethnographer Antal Tóth that the visitors to the park can 'return' into the era ruled by rascals via time travel.

The exhibition organized on occasion of the Rascal Recruitment is open in the Rotunda Building. The ethnographers of the Ferenc Móra Museum, Dr. Ildikó Bárkányi and Dr. Ferenc Fodor organized the display. The selection of coins was performed by the numismatic Dr. Ádám Nagy.

The most interesting and most mystic object shown is Sándor Rózsa's pistol. Even his name is engraved on it. However, the researchers do not know if he had ever killed anyone with the pistol but it is proven that he had used it during his prowls. The visitors can also see Sándor Rózsa’s tobacco pouch that he gave to his interrogator at prison, Máté Laucsik.

The exhibition entitled 'Sándor Rózsa Enrolled a Soldier' shows the life of shepherds at the Planes, the relation of scandals and the War of Independence of 1948-49 and how the romantic picture of the scandal developed in various literary works. Months the scandals spent as soldiers of Kossuth are remembered by nearly twenty weapons lent by the Museum of Military History.