You will be impressed with the people you meet in Budapest. They are charming, gracious and welcoming. If you want to learn more about Hungarians, then enter the Museum of Ethnography in Kossuth Square across from the Parliament Building. Established by the Hungarian National Museum in 1872, the Nėprajzi Mėzeum has exhibits on the country’s people, culture, folklore, lifestyles and customs. Since 1973, the museum has been housed in the former Ministry of Justice building (the equivalent of the Supreme Court). The Neoclassical design with twin towers, Corinthian columns and plenty of statuary by Alajos Hauszmann was finished in 1896.