Like Paris, Brussels Barcelona and Vienna Budapest boasts a series of world class Art Nouveau buildings.
Characterized by decorative asymmetrical shapes and curves, soft and rounded edges, stained glass ceilings and plant imitating decor, there are several building of this style dotted all over the city.
The Geographical Museum is tiled by the world famous Zsolnay ceramics and resembles some of Gaudi’s famous buildings in Barcelona
while the Museum of Applies Arts reflect oriental influence, a creation of Odon Lechner, Hungary’s most famous Art Noveau architect.
Others, like the Cifra Palota( Glitzy Palace) in the town of Kecskemet is influenced by local folkloric elements.
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