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    The one hundred and fifty-year-old house at Kálvin Square, today overlooking a pedestrian street, and the preserved documents of the neighbourhood tell the story of how gentrification transformed the world beyond the city wall – and with it the buildings that stood there.. The walls of this historicist-style apartment building, developed by Gábor Babó, were witnesses to the rise and fall of the Károly Aczél Logging, Wood Industry and Building Co. This is also the place to find out how long one had to advertise an accordion in the 1950s in order to be able to sell it.

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