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Haven: The Szekelys'
Posted on Fri, Apr 02, 2010
The Lansdale home of Andy and Szilivia Szekely was built in 1927 but has been remade inside to feature the style of 19th-century Hungary. (Sharon Gekoski-Kimmel / Staff Photographer)
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