Exhibitions
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Ship Historical Collection (Tragor Ignác Museum)

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 18.
+36 30 555 7620
info@muzeumvac.hu
www.muzeumvac.hu
Hungary's best known ship designer Kálmán Szabadi's collection. Sailboats', steamboats' and yachts' reduced replicas from the 20th century can be seen in the middle of the Danube Bend, in Vác.
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Art Collections of Vác / Pannonia House (Tragor Ignác Museum)

2600 Vác, Köztársaság út 19.
+36 30 555 7620
info@muzeumvac.hu
www.muzeumvac.hu
The former guesthouse and manorial pub Pannónia House is a place where even Sándor Petőfi came in as a strolling player. The first mention about the house arise from 1718. Nowadays it gives home to the Art collections of Vác and the marriage register office.

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Caricature collection

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 20.
+36 30 2580269
A permanent life-work exhibition of the Munkácsy prize winner Merited artist Ferenc Sajdik, a freeman of Budapest.

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Clerical Art Collection

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 4.
+36/27/319-494
muzeum@vaciegyhazmegye.hu
vaciegyhazmegye.hu/egyhazmegyei_muzeum.html
The clerical collection of Vác is in the center of the city. In the beautiful baroque building statues, paintings, textils can be see from the medieval ages.
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Curia Winehouse

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 20.
Tel: +36-30-932-1709, +36-30-931-0786, 06/27/307-238
curiaborhaz@invitel.hu
curia.hu
This Turkish origin cellar gives place to friend meetings, wine tasters. We suggest Hungarian wines from the most popular places what we likes too.
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Göncöl House- Földanya Ékességei Geological Exhibition

2600 Vác, Ilona u. 3.
+36 20 772-7970
goncol@goncol.hu
www.goncol.hu/
This exhibition shows 600 pieces of mineral. Experts present the development of wildlife and about history of the Earth.
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Greek Church

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 19.
+36 30 555 7620
info@muzeumvac.hu
www.muzeumvac.hu/
The Greek Church was built by the South Slavic community, which settled down in Vác in the 1790's.

Nowadays, the historic building of the Greek Church is an exhibiton hall of the Tragor Ignác Museum. The building is accessible either through the courtyard of 19 Március 15. square or through Katona Lajos street.
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International Mobil MADI Museum VÁC – Dárdai-Saxon Collection

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 11. Városháza
+36 30 555 7620
info@muzeumvac.hu
www.muzeumvac.hu
The founders of the MOBILE MADI MUSEUM, Zsuzsa Dárdai and János Szász Saxon first met MADI artists, among them Carmelo Arden Quin, in Paris in 1991. Since the basic theory of MADI is has its roots in the work of László Moholy-Nagy and László Péri, they resolved to forge a link between contemporary constructive, geometric artists in Hungary and the international movement. In 1993, they founded the Central European branch of the MADI movement, before Arden Quin set up the International MADI Society.
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Medieval cellar

2600 Vác, Széchenyi u. 3-5.
+36 30 555 7620
info@muzeumvac.hu
www.muzeumvac.hu/
Medieval life of Vác, monuments of the history of Vác from the 13-19. century.
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Memento Mori Crypt Finds

2600 Vác, Március 15. tér 19.
+36 30 555 7620
info@muzeumvac.hu
www.muzeumvac.hu/
The sensation of the year 1995 was the finds in a secret crypt of the church. 200 years along was the entrance of the crypt walled up. During the renovation of the church the entrance had been demolished and several mummies had been found here.
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