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Hungarian Open Air Museum

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Hungarian National Museum

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Ferenc Móra Museum - Museum of Csongrád County Government

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Budapest Museum of Fine Arts

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Baranya County Museum Authority - Janus Pannonius Museum

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Hatvany Lajos Museum

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Déri Museum

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Rippl-Rónai Museum

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Dr. Batthyány-Strattmann László Museum

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Tomory Lajos Museum

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István Széchenyi Memorial Museum - Nagycenk
The museum building
Address: 9485, Nagycenk Kiscenki u. 3.
Phone number: (99) 360-023
Opening hours: 01.10-31.03.: Tue-Sun 10-17
01.04-30.09.: Tue-Sun 10-18
The Széchenyi mansion stands in the middle of a beautiful baroque park 12 kms from Sopron, beside road number 85. The building had been rebuilt several times when it got its final feature during the ownership of the "greatest Hungarian" István Széchenyi. continue
Permanent exhibitions
Depeche Machine
The exhibition shows the works of engineers who became famous by their work pursued in the fields of electric supply or traffic: Déry - Bláthy - Zipernowszky's transformator, Ányos Jedlik's works, the telephone center of Tivadar Puskás and Kálmán Kandó's electric train contributed much to the technical revolution of the 20th century. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The first room represents the history of the Széchenyi family. Beside the whole-figure picture of the money gainer György Széchenyi the genealogy table of the generation, a map showing his lands and properties, and an earl state of arms carved from wood can be seen. continue
In the first hall of our exhibition representing the history of Hungarian coin minting we follow up the changes of Hungarian money from the coins of King St. Stefan to the point when the country was divided into 3 parts. The showcases represent the events of various small periods through coin minting. Thus we can see the inflation following Stefan, the golden forint introduced to contrabalance the inflation, the coin minting of king Matthias, and the different coins of the royal Hungary and Transylvania. continue