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Hundred-Year-Old Confectionery

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Hidden : 08/01/2004
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The micro cache is a small bottle. Be very cautious because the hiding place is in the sight of a lot of people.

An old witness of the town of Gyula is a two-storied building in Viennese Empire style from 1802 housing the second oldest confectioner’s shop in Hungary outfitted with original furnishing (the first is the Ruszwurm in the Buda castle district).

The first confectioner’s shop of the town was opened here in 1840 boosting local public life.
It was called Reinhardt confectioners after its owner from the middle of the 19th century for a hundred years.

In 1986 it was restored with original fittings and a confectionery museum was also added.
The furniture in the corner room is declared national heritage and the other two rooms are furnished in Biedermeyer style. Old instruments of the pastry shop and some products are on display in the corridor.

The entrance is at N 46° 38,7820' E 21° 16,4740'.
Try coffee with Bailey’s and a nagyburgonya (big potato). Yummy.

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