Hungarian Museum of Photography
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Published by Hungarian Museum of Photography in Kecskemét .
Written in English



  • Hungary.


  • Magyar Fotográfiai Múzeum,
  • Photography -- Hungary

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Presents the Hungarian Museum of Photography, includes digital images of part of its collections, imformation and images of exihibitions from 1991 to present, its publications, activities and information about the museum. Site also available in Hungarian.

Edition Notes

Other titlesMFM
LC ClassificationsTR6.H86
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3470136M
LC Control Number2005551241

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