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Language recognition please!

I found an old photograph from 1898 in an antique store. I am pretty sure it's Polish, or an Eastern European language Hungarian. There is notation in German and what I think is Russian as well. If anyone can provide which language it is, and what the words mean, I'd appreciate it!

RECHNITZER
-KÁROLY-

PANCSOVA
RÁKÓCZY UTCZA 8
1.EMELET

RAKOCZY GASSE 8
FRÜHERE GROMON GASSE
1.STOCK


PLATINOTYPIA MINTFESTÉSZET ÉLET-
NAGYSÁGIG MINDEN KIS KEP UTAN.

DIE PLATTE WIRD FÜR NACHBESTEL
LUNGEN AUFBEWAHRT.


alapittatoll 1898.
SZ.........utánrendelésekért


Then there's this to the side:

Ö.CS.ÉS KIR.FENSÉGE
OTTO FÖHERCZEG
KAMARA FÉNYKÉPÉSZ
KAMMER-PHOTOGRAPH
S B KAISu.KÖN.HOHEIT
D.DURCHEL.HERRN
ERZHERZOGS OTTO
[Crylic that, for some reason, won't copy/paste from character map to LJ]
[What I think is Greek, for some reason, won't copy/paste either]


The last name on the bottom is Scherer-Rosenzweig, if that helps. Thanks in advance for any help^^

PS: I looked up a place on the front, Pancsova. This is the Hungarian word for the Serbian city of Pančevo.
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