The Central Bank of Hungary (CBH) has paid 415 million forint ($1.8 million) for a 45-room country mansion that it said will serve as a vacation home for employees and create job opportunities for local residents.
The Borbely Mansion – described as a "castle hotel" by www.videkiszallodak.hu, a hotel booking website – boasts a terrace restaurant, a wine cellar, a beer pavilion and a bowling alley.
"The bank decided to purchase a vacation [property] this year," the CBH said in a statement yesterda
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