Budapest’s Liget Project to be completed in two phases

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Budapest’s Liget renovation project will be carried out in two phases, the first to be completed in Spring 2018 and the second in the second half of 2019, an announcement issued today reveals, citing a decision made by the Hungarian government on October 20.

In the first phase of the project, the Országos Múzeumi Restaurálási és Raktározási Központ (OMRRK), the Museum of Fine Arts, the new Hungarian Technical and Transportation Museum, and the House of Hungarian Music will be built.

The second phase of the project will include the New National Gallery, the Ethnographic Museum, the renovated Castle of Vajdahunyad, the Olof Palm House, the Children’s Theater of Városliget and the renovation of the Budapest Zoo.

Under the aegis of the project, green areas within Városliget will be renovated and expanded, providing recreational elements for the general public, the announcement said.

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