Budapest – part 1

After Serbia I continued on to Budapest for a few days. My first stop was the home of composer Béla Bartók:

The home is now a beautiful museum inside, carefully restored with the composer’s personal effects, including his piano and phonograph:

The attic contains more items (including some preserved insects):

The tour wrapped up with a manuscript of the Third Piano Concerto, the concert hall on the second floor, and a relief map of the places Bartók collected folk songs:

A monument to the composer in the garden:


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