At which I attempted to learn the Hungarian language but was stymied by an excess of letters per word and an occasional disconcerting lack of vowels. (This is the main hall and wasn’t the building in which I was taught. Our classes (the language summer school) were taught downtown in a teacher’s college building.)
The Aranybika (Golden Bull) Hotel is one of the most prominent landmarks of Debrecen, Hungary. The Golden Bull is alternatively an important edict of 1222 or a soccer team. The hotel was built in 1915 in the secessionist style.
Debrecen is the second largest Hungarian city at 200,000+ residents. In 2002, I attended an intensive language course affiliated with the University of Debrecen. The building in which I was taught was near this square, across and down the street.
If you are interested in learning Hungarian, I’d highly recommend the school I attended, the Debreceni Nyári Egyetemen.