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Rakoczi Museum Tekirdag
Turkey

Tekirdağ Rakoczi Müzesi ya da Rakoczinin Anıları Müzesi, 1720-1735 yılları arasında Tekirdağ'da sürgün hayatı yaşamış olan Macar Prensi Francis II Rakoczinin anısına 1982 yılında açılmıştır. Macar halkı için tarihi bir şahsiyet olan Rakoczinin kullanmış olduğu eşyaların pek çoğu Eskiden Yemek evi olarak kullanılan müzede sergilenmektedir.

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Taken: 23/01/2011
Uploaded: 05/04/2011
Updated: 18/09/2014
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