Serbs of Budapest

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Serbs have a long history on the territory of today's Budapest (Serbian: Будимпешта or Budimpešta).

According to 1715 data, the Buda numbered 1,539 houses, of which 769 were South Slavic (mostly Serbian).[citation needed] Prominent Serbs who lived or worked in Pest include Sava Tekelija, the founder of the Tekelijanum, an educational institution whose building stands to this day.

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