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George Konkoly-Thege

George Konkoly-Thege is a Hungarian freelance photographer who was born in Pécs. His work has been exhibited around the world, most recently at the Nehru Centre in London. He has been widely published in magazines, newspapers, and books. His most recently photographed book was Food Wine Budapest (Little Bookroom). When he is not on the road--as he is much of the time--he lives in Budapest, in an apartment just a few steps from the Danube. Check out his Web site for more.

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