Martin Architectural Gets Hungary

Martin Architectural Gets Hungary

With the official opening of the Palace of Arts on March 14, 2005, Hungary made a decisive case as the center for Central European culture and tourism.

The Palace of Arts is a multifunctional and extraordinary architectural construction. Situated along the banks of the Danube on the Pest side of the Lágymányos Bridge in Budapest, it is described by the Palace of Arts Co. as “a place where tradition and avant-garde can coexist and interact fruitfully, in all branches of the arts.”

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