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Petőfi Csarnok

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Petőfi Csarnok ("Petőfi Hall"), often called PeCsa, was a leisure center and concert hall in Budapest, Hungary. Placed in the Városliget, it is a famous concert spot for pop/rock music, serving as home for cultural programs, exhibitions and fan clubs. The building consisted of a 1020 square metre hall, and an open stage with a guest capacity of 4500 people. After a number of delays the building was finally demolished in early 2017 as part of the reconstruction of the surrounding park. History The predecessor of the building was the Iparcsarnok, an exhibition building built in 1885. The building has been seriously damaged in World War II, followed by its demolition. Later the Budapest International Fair built a pavilion on its foundations. By the end of the seventies, the city's former youth center, the Budapesti Ifjúsági Park was in dire condition, so the city council decided upon the building of the Petőfi Csarnok, expanding the former pavilion. The center opened in 198
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