Serbs of Budapest
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According to 1715 data, the Buda numbered 1,539 houses, of which 769 were South Slavic (mostly Serbian). 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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- Serbian kindergarten, primary school, high school and pupil's home Nikola Tesla Budapest
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