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Category:Festetics Mausoleum in Keszthely

Festetics Mausoleum. It built by Count Festetics Tasziló in 1925 for his wife, Princess Mary Hamilton. This mimics a classical temple architecture. It is a stepped substructure. Reinforced concrete structure with a tympanum and gabled roof. There are,-on side of longitudinal side walls,- three-three semicircular arcades and Doric pilasters. A listed free-standing, neoclassical funeral home with crypt in the southern part of the Saint Nicholas Cemetery, Keszthely, Zala County, Hungary.
Festetics-mauzóleum. Ravatalozó és kripta. Műemlék 10906. - Zala megye, Keszthely, Szent Miklós utca, Kossuth Lajos utca.

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This is a category about a monument in Hungary. Identifier: 10906

Object location46° 45′ 19.26″ N, 17° 14′ 28.35″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth - Proximityramainfo