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Budapest museum lifts lid on Houdini's magic, Hungarian roots
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20 December 2016
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The name Harry Houdini is synonymous with escapology, but less is known about his first great escape -- how he left his Hungarian home as a child for a new life in the United States. The House of Houdini, a museum in Budapest's historic Castle district, seeks to shed light on the illusionist's roots with a display of memorabilia and a research team tracking down documents about his life. David Merlini opened the museum this year as a tribute to the artist who was born in Budapest as Erik Weisz into a Jewish family in 1874.
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When he became a magician, Houdini started to call himself Harry Houdini after the French magician Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin.
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