A visit to a grand European city is not complete without a look at their Opera House. (I say "European city" because The Lincoln Center in New York is not quite so grand.) This opera house has a special place in my heart because it is where I saw my first two operas 10 years ago: The Marriage of Figaro, and La Boheme.
This is the famous Hungarian composer Franz Liszt, and on the other side is a seated sculpture of Ferenc Erkel who wrote the Hungarian National Anthem.
Even the light posts are interesting!
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