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SATURDAY 26TH OCTOBER 2019
A THING TO DO THIS SATURDAY

in BUDAPEST
PRICE: 3000 forint (adult)
TIME:
In the reconstructed Budapest flat of the great Hungarian composer Franz Liszt - now the Liszt Museum - you can hear a concert of his compositions, and other contemporary pieces, at 11am each Saturday. Go along this Saturday and get a unique sense of his life and works.
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