Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest

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    Museum Of Applied Art....

    by coceng Written Apr 29, 2004

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    One museum that I entered because I was amazed at the architecture of the building was Museum of Applied Art.
    Inside, you can see many artifacts in the name of art.
    Glass, woods, stones, embroidery etc. are displayed elegantly.
    I show you guys some photos that I took inside this museum.
    This is another interior photo...You can see that everything is very nicely decorated & displayed ! You should see the exterior as well.

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    Museum Of Applied Art....

    by coceng Written Apr 29, 2004

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    One museum that I entered because I was amazed at the architecture of the building was Museum of Applied Art.
    Inside, you can see many artifacts in the name of art.
    Glass, woods, stones, embroidery etc. are displayed elegantly.
    I show you guys some photos that I took inside this museum.
    Looking upward, I captured this nice glass roof ! Very arty, very colourful...very nice !

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    Museum Of Applied Art....

    by coceng Written Apr 29, 2004

    One museum that I entered because I was amazed at the architecture of the building was Museum of Applied Art.
    Inside, you can see many artifacts in the name of art.
    Glass, woods, stones, embroidery etc. are displayed elegantly.
    I show you guys some photos that I took inside this museum.
    Also on the same floor, you could see a bit of the main gallery here...where almost everything from dolls, furnitures even used everyday items are displayed...

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    Museum Of Applied Art....

    by coceng Written Apr 29, 2004

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    One museum that I entered because I was amazed at the architecture of the building was Museum of Applied Art.
    Inside, you can see many artifacts in the name of art.
    Glass, woods, stones, embroidery etc. are displayed elegantly.
    I show you guys some photos that I took inside this museum.
    This is on the 2nd floor...Just outside the main gallery as we couldn't take photos inside the gallery maybe because they didn't want me to imitate/re-create the artifacts that they displayed...

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    Applied Arts Museum

    by cobrioc Updated Jul 21, 2003

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    Applied Arts  Museum

    The museum was built in Hungarian Art Nouveau style. Established in 1872, this was Europe's third applied arts museum after London's South Kensington (today the Victoria and Albert Museum) and the Osterreichisches Museum fur Kunst und Industrie in Vienna. Permanent exhibition: Art and Crafts.

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    Museum of Applied Arts

    by monkeytrousers Written Jul 24, 2007
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    Although I didnt go in here the building made me stop in my tracks. It has a beautiful emerald green and gold roof which is magnificant.

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