Szentendre, Hungary is a big museum town. Located 30 minutes north of Budapest, the place was once an artists' colony, but has since attracted throngs of tourists for its huge art scene. One of its most distinctive attractions might be hard to spot, however — and that's not just because it's off the beaten path. It's because its exhibits are so small, you need to view them with a microscope.
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Written by Ashley Hamer March 1, 2018
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