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Klauzal Square
Szeged

Klauzál Square is an intimate square by Szeged standards, with one of the best cafés (Café Virág) far and wide. Together with the Kárasz utca it is a popular pedestrian quarter and commercial center of the town. The balcony of the so-called Kárász House (Klauzál tér 5) is of particular significance to the people of Szeged. Lajos Kossuth gave his final speech in Hungary from here before going into exile.

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