Organ in the Esztergom Basilica (Esztergom, Hungary).
The renovation and enlargement of the organ started in the 1980s, after extensive preparations, and it is currently in progress. The organ has five manuals and by 2006 had 85 stops working out of the planned 146. The organ contains the largest organ pipes in Hungary, about 35 feet (11 m) long. The smallest pipe is 7 mm (¼ inch, without pipe foot). When complete, it will be the third largest organ in Europe, surpassing all organs in Hungary in both volume and variety of stops. The present organ preserves several stops from the instrument Liszt played on.