Pictures of Madách's life

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Tempera-oil portrait painted by Antal Diósy
Alsósztregova, the old castle
(it has been demolished between the two world-wars)
Imre Madách of Sztregova and Kelecsény
(engraving from the 6th edition of the Tragedy,
published in 1884)
Study of Madách called by him ,,the lion's den''
(he wrote the Tragedy here)
Alsósztregova, Madách-castle
Madách Imre' desk
Agreement of divorce between
Imre Madách and Erzsébet Fráter

Virtual Exhibition of Imre Madách's Drama Reflected in Illustrations and Translations