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Onion House Cultural centre (Hagymaház) - Theatre auditorium - planning Imre Makovecz
Csongrád County

The late onion gardeners was renewed his Onion House summons the reformed church's towers, the proud Makó citizen's claims, and the European opens the gate of an intellectual life.

The Onion House with four towers incorporating the theatre hall in himself is Makovecz Imre creation.
His open-air theatre in summer organizing is found the already county apart popular operetta festival and Makói Muzsika.
A Csongrád county recovered in 2006 second largest one 3000 of his head auditoria which can be mobilize.

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