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Gold Museum Budapest: Woven shell for the history of Southeast Asia GKD

While searching for the ideal location to house his Southeast Asian Gold Museum a few years ago, István Zelnik discovered a villa in Budapest that is steeped in history. The building in Andrássy Avenue was built with limestone tiles at the end of the 19th century for the businessman Ferenc Rausch and still carries his name to this day. In Villa Rausch, Zelnik found the ideal venue for his precious collection of artworks and cultural objects, ...

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