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Ferenc Móra Museum - Museum of Csongrád County Government - Szeged
The museum building
Address: 6720, Szeged Roosevelt tér 1-3.
Phone number: (62) 549-040
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 10-18, Thu 10-20, Fri-Sun 10-18
Permanent exhibitions
The largest national treasure finds, the golden treasure from Nagyszéksós is to be presented by the Móra Ferenc Museum's new permanent exhibition. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The protected Lucs-collection offers a selection of the most significant masters of the 19-20th century Hungarian fine arts. The visitor may receive a rich knowledge of the endevours of the Hungarian painting, for the collection demonstrates the formation of the Hungarian painting history right from Pál Szinnyei Merse to Jenő Barcsay. continue
Ferenc Móra on an excavation
The exhibition was arranged for the 100th anniversary of the birth of Ferenc Móra. The exhibition represents the writer and journalist as a museum principal, etnographer and archaeologist as well. The enteriour of the room was arranged by using old furniture according to old photographs and the recollection of contemporary people. continue
"Salvation" pharmacy
The exhibition displays the eclectic and neo-renaissance (19th century) furniture and contemporary equipment of the "Salvation" drug store founded in 1713. continue
The spoken language with the letter 'ö', the slipper maker craft, the sun ornamented façade of peasant houses and the saint’s day are all symbols of the town of Szeged. The permanent exhibition presents some of the traditions that are still alive. continue
Mihály Munkácsy: the time of the Hungarian settlement
The outstanding pieces of the exhibition: "Hungarian conquest" by Mihály Munkácsy and "Szeged will be nicer than ever" by Pál Vágó. Works of such painters can also be seen as István Csók, László Mednyánszky, László Vinkler or József Koszta. continue
The going round is opened by a turning ball equipped with a time spiral. Since we move from the simple to the more complicated let us start our journey with the inanimate empire of nature. First, the beautiful minerals and stones grab our attention. These are followed by the paleobotanical findings, especially the species of the Carbon Period, which are coal forms of. Besides the imprints, colorful land constructions help the visitors in revoking the memory of old forests. continue