Arthur Meinig (Hungarian: Meinig Arthur) was a German-born Hungarian architect. He was born in Waldheim, Saxony on 7 November 1853 and died in Budapest on 14 September 1904. After studying in Dresden, he worked for architects Fellner and Helmer in Vienna. In 1883 he moved to Budapest and soon became the favorite architect of Hungarian aristocracy. He created buildings in the styles of Neo-Gothic, Neo-Renaissance, and especially in Neobaroque.

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  • Arthur Meinig (Hungarian: Meinig Arthur) was a German-born Hungarian architect. He was born in Waldheim, Saxony on 7 November 1853 and died in Budapest on 14 September 1904. After studying in Dresden, he worked for architects Fellner and Helmer in Vienna. In 1883 he moved to Budapest and soon became the favorite architect of Hungarian aristocracy. He created buildings in the styles of Neo-Gothic, Neo-Renaissance, and especially in Neobaroque. (en)
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  • Arthur Meinig (Hungarian: Meinig Arthur) was a German-born Hungarian architect. He was born in Waldheim, Saxony on 7 November 1853 and died in Budapest on 14 September 1904. After studying in Dresden, he worked for architects Fellner and Helmer in Vienna. In 1883 he moved to Budapest and soon became the favorite architect of Hungarian aristocracy. He created buildings in the styles of Neo-Gothic, Neo-Renaissance, and especially in Neobaroque. (en)
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