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The Pázmáneum (in latin Collegium Pazmanianum) is a university in Vienna, founded in 1623 by Péter Pázmány as a seminary for Hungarian theological candidates. It was created at a cost of 200,000 florins.
- Vilmos Fraknói, Péter Pázmány and his Times (Hung. Pest, 1868–1872); Correspondence of Pázmány (Hung. and Latin), published by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Pest, 1873). (R. N. B.)
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