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Address: Kaptalan u. 2, Pecs, Hungary
Phone Number: 72-324-822
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Perfect small museum

If you like art, glass, and ceramics, or even just an interesting story of entrepreneurship and hard work, this the place for you. Breath-taking.

5 of 5 starsReviewed 3 days ago
VinnyGrette
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Ottawa, Canada
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Ottawa, Canada
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

If you like art, glass, and ceramics, or even just an interesting story of entrepreneurship and hard work, this the place for you. Breath-taking.

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Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 17, 2016 via mobile

What make this so interesting is the variety of work on view ranging from ceramic pictures to dinner sets to decorative pieces for the outside of buildings and outdoors generally. The museum is set out in timeline and shows the extraordinary development of output from a small factory which grew to become a major employer and exporter of goods to... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 10, 2016

A wonderful selection of porcelain from this long lived internationally renowned Factory that survived communism, and everything else Influences from art nouveau, to oriental to secession. And Zolnai won awards all over Europe ... Got to see this museum !

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 18, 2015

Many architects have used Zsolnay ceramics to decorate the building, especially in the period of the Hungarian Art Nouveau. Among them are certainly the most famous Eden Lehner, Gyula Partos, Bela Lajta, the kiln itself. Almost 1,000 buildings in Europe has pirogranit decoration ceramics, patented in this factory in 1890. Pirogranit ceramics is resistant to weather conditions, and some buildings... More 

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Maumee, Ohio
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 10, 2015

A trip to Pecs is worth it just to see the Zsolnay collection. It is absolutely amazing the genius of ceramics that was created. Pecs is littered with architectural ceramic details. Look up.

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Thank tomdibling
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 1, 2015

Do not miss the amazing glazes that Zsolnay has to offer.. We wish we had more to spend at the attatched store.

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Watertown, Massachusetts
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 19, 2015 via mobile

This museum was one of the highlights of Pécs, Hungary. The traditional Zsolnay designs and the more recent art nouveau pieces are spectacular. I also took a look at the factory, but it was not operational on a Sunday. It is recommended that if you want to buy any pieces that you go to the store in downtown Pécs instead... More 

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South Bend, Indiana
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed September 19, 2015 via mobile

The Zsolnay factory was established by Miklós Zsolnay in Pécs, Hungary, to produce stoneware and other ceramics in 1853. We saw Zsolnay ceramics in various forms around Hungary including beautiful church roofs and garden sculptures. This museum has all kinds of unique and beautiful Zsolnay creations. You'll also learn about technologies developed for ceramic products; some never used, others unique... More 

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Pecs, Hungary
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 15, 2015

Great location with plenty of area to walk and see the part of the history of Pecs, Zsolnay family and Zsolnay Manufactory. Puppet theatre, planetarium. One of the best restaurant in Pecs with unique variety of meals. Everybody should visit Zsolnay quarter!!!

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Budapest, Hungary
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 6, 2015 via mobile

Very nice place, well structured exhibitions, congratulations! Could take a day to have a look all of it.

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