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Zsolnay Mausoleum
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A view inside the Zsolnay mausoleum in the city of Pécs after the total restoration in 2010. Most of the beautiful tiles and artwork was damaged, vandalized or distroyed during the socialist period.

For more background information, please take a look at:http://en.pecs.hu/cityguide/latnivalok/0830/268606/20080724_pecs_emlek_29.htm

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Tags: mausoleum; heritage; history; restored; zsolnay mauzóleum
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