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Built in 1902 by Sándor Baumgarten and Zsigmond Herczegh, has been serving mainly as a teacher-training school for girls and young women only up to 1950. From then on it is the Teleki Blanka High School. This is the description of the entrance of the high school; the cca 500-feet-long building involves a secondary school and a kindergarten, as well; they can be approached by side-entrances or at the other end of the building. Joined by the adjacent National Institution for Blind People, designed by the same architects, raised five years later, the ensemble is supposed to form the nicest example of Hungarian Art Nouveau.
Since I couldn’t involve the whole facade with a 18 mm lens, this is a merged photo based on 2 frames, taken after studying the signalling system for a while to minimize moving traffic as little as it is possible. However, 4 parking cars remained.
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