Petofi Csarnok, Budapest

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Petőfi Csarnok ("Petőfi Hall"), often called PeCsa, was a leasuire center and concert hall in Budapest, Hungary. Placed in the Városliget, it is a famous concert spot for pop/rock music, serving as home for cultural programs, exhibitions and fan clubs. The building consisted of a 1020 square metre hall, and an open stage with a guest capacity of 4500 people. After a number of delays the building was finally demolitioned early 2017 as part of the reconstruction of the surrounding park.

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Home to Petofi Csarnok is the city of Budapest in the country of Hungary. On your trip to Budapest, you can consider a quick visit to Petofi Csarnok. Use this comprehensive guide to plan your visit to Petofi Csarnok and you'll thank us later!

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  • Used to be great, because this was all we had, but now it's just old, worn and outdated.

  • Ugly and old socialist-realist building, has no charm at all.

  • I love this place...

  • Or call it simply PeCsa

  • Used to be there was a lot of concerts here.

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