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A large part of the Buda Castle burnt down during World War II. The building, which was in ruins, was later converted to be used as a museum. The Hungarian National Gallery moved here in the 1970s and the first exhibition opened in 1975. The interiors of the Gallery’s building have preserved the architectural design of the 1970s, which at the time was regarded as being at the forefront of modernity. The windows, doors, door handles, tiles and lights almost impeccably evoke the representative state architecture of a bygone era. Thus, the Gallery is not only a museum but the near past living on.

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