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    This building, which is not much different today from the original design, invites us on a journey through time. Its present form evokes and shows us the neoclassical architecture of the times of the unification of Budapest. The Baumann family’s house was originally a one-storey building, but a second floor was soon built, and later they also added an apartment for the caretaker. The Masonry Department of the National Artisans’ Association operated in the building, and harmonica artist Vera Egri also lived here.

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