CC photo #12: Hajós Alfréd plaque at the National Swimming Pool in Budapest

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This commemorative plaque says according to Google Translate:

Hajós Alfréd
1878 – 1955.

Double Olympic gold medalist and design engineer.

At the first Olympic Games in Athens in 1896, winner in the men’s 100 and 200 freestyle. At the 1924 Paris Olympics, silver medal winner in the stadium plan art competition.
Designer of the Hungarian National Swimming Pool.

Hungarian Olympic Committee.

Hajós Alfréd plaque at the National Swimming Pool in Budapest

(Image of Hajós Alfréd is in the public domain according to Wikimedia Commons)

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