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    Bárdossy György bauxitföldtani gyűjtemény

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    Lila agyag

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    Bárdossy György bauxitföldtani gyűjtemény

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    Lila, vörös agyag

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    Bárdossy György bauxitföldtani gyűjtemény

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    Szürke agyag

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    Bárdossy György bauxitföldtani gyűjtemény

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    Kőzetminta

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    Bárdossy György bauxitföldtani gyűjtemény

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    Kaolin

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    Üzletbelső

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    A picture from the photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Interior of a household goods store.

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    Esterházy kastély bejárata

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    A picture from the photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Entrance gate of Esterházy Castle. The construction of the castle was started by József Esterházy in 1720. Based on the plans of Anton Erhard Martinelli, who undertook to build a 22-room hunting lodge in three months. It was the ancestor of today's castle. The new castle complex was probably designed and built jointly by Menyhért Hefele and Miklós Jacoby. By the time the present castle was completed in 1766, a new settlement had been built around it. This became Eszterháza (today part of Fertőd), which got its name from the Esterházy family.

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    Csoportkép a terített asztalnál

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    A picture from the photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Waiters behind a spread table.

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    Jégkrém-automata

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    A picture from the photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    An ice-cream vending machine.

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    Pecsenyesütő

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    A picture from the photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    A chop house in Leányfalu.

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