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The Kossuth Museum
Turkey

This eighteenth century Turkish house was used as a residence of Lajos Kossuth, one of the Hungarian revolutionist in 1850 and 1851. This traditional Turkish house is called Kossuth Museum, now by Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Museum is open between 08.00-12.00 / 13.00-17.00 hours every day except Mondays.

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