The museum is housed in at 18th century near Kütahya House on Macar Street in the Börekçiler quarter.When the Independence Movement of Hungary was subdued by Austria and Russia,the Hungarian national hero Lajos Kossuth(1802-1894)took refuge in the Ottoman Empire.He,his family and 56 refugees were housed in Kütahya between the years 1850-51.His own house had two-storeys containing seven rooms and had a garden.It was opened to visitors as a museum in 1892.In the rooms of the museum are exhibited Kossuth's belongings and ethnographic works.The museum gives the flavour of life in a Mansion in Kütahya.
Kutahya > Museum Of Kossuth
- 15 Kasım 2011 SalıYazdır
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