Lipót Baumhorn

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Lipót Baumhorn (Hungarian: Baumhorn Lipót, German: Leopold Baumhorn, December 28, 1860, Kisbér - July 8, 1932, Kisbér) was a Hungarian architect.

Szeged Synagogue
Gmach Synagogue
"Politehnica" University's main building, the "Lloyd Palace", situated in Victoria square
The former synagogue in Esztergom
Dome of the Szeged Synagogue
Novi Sad Synagogue

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Baumhorn studied in Vienna under Freiherr von Ferstel, who was the designer of the Votive Church there. He set up a practice after further study under Ödön Lechner. His style ranged from historicism to those inspired by the rising nationalism of the times. He designed over twenty synagogues.

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