In the largest Wax-works of Hungary, the wax-figures of nearly fifty Hungarian king, prince, general, poet and writer are on display. The wax-figures have a striking resemblance to the original personalities; they are dressed in period dresses and arranged in their original environment recalling the past for us. From Atilla to Miklós Horthy, the exhibition encompasses one thousand five hundred years allowing the visitor to participate in a time travel. The princes of Transylvania, the notabilities of the War of Independence in 1848 and the War of Independence led by Ferenc Rákóczi are exhibited on a separate stage. The attires of the Sisterhood and Religious Orders compile a unique exhibition, where their clothing can be looked at on one hundred and twenty porcelain dolls.