Pinsteps. Glückmann-bérház Max Nordau and Getto offices, Budapest Rumbach Sebestyén u. 6

There are two houses on the right turn to Dob Street. One, built of brick, resembles a huge red thing as in the Star Wars IV episode on the Robot Dealer. Another Art Nouveau style building recently celebrated its centenary. Brothers Román Ernő and Román Miklós have built this building in the early beginning of the last century. They were born into a Jewish family in Buda. They became famous by making a synagogue for the Syrian Jewish community. It was severely damaged during the war, and during the Soviet occupation, it was demolished. Both survived the Holocaust here in the Jewish quarter of the city. The house was built by order of the Jewish merchant Jacob Gluckmann, before that there was a house in which Max Nordau lived and worked. In his office, Herzl talked about his future vision of the Jewish state. When Adolf Eichmann organized a ghetto in Budapest, his offices were located in this house.

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A one-hour leisurely walk to the restaurant will set aside the main streets and sights of Budapest. She will discover hidden places that only locals know — the house where Max Nordau lived. In his office, Theodor Herzel first spoke about the Jewish state. The cozy courtyards of the Jewish quarter, which are full of pubs, bars, and restaurants. The proud and majestic Andrassy Avenue, which is called the Champs Elysees in Budapest. The famous opera house with its cunning acoustics. And finally, the house in which the Jewish boy lived, who came up with a ballpoint pen and an automatic transmission. All this during a one-hour walk in the fresh air, which will help you get rid of two hundred calories before a hearty dinner.

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