100 Sights in Budapest, Hungary (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Budapest, Hungary. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 100 sights are available in Budapest, Hungary.

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1. Margitszigeti Víztorony

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Magi Island Water Tower stands in the middle of Magi Island in Budapest, next to Magi Island Open-air Theater. Inside the water tower of the monument renovated in 2013, space for visual art exhibition has been obtained. The surrounding area of the Magit Island water tower was not built. Along the circular staircase of Art Nouveau, you come to the eight-shaped viewing room, and the scenery of the craters of Buda and Best and the bridge across the Danube River unfolds in front of visitors. Under the original lights, as a landmark in Budapest, the gorgeous Magi Island Water Tower occupies a place worth sitting in the natural and architectural heritage of Magi Island. Together with the Freedom Square Theater program, the construction is also part of a prominent cultural attraction from a tourism perspective. The largest water tower in the country is the Magit Island Water Tower built in 1911. It has a 360-degree view around Budapest, and the architecture, scenic spots and silhouette view of Buda Mountains in the capital have unparalleled experience.

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2. Emanuel-emlékfa

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The Raoul Wallenberg Emlékpark in the rear courtyard of the Dohány Street Synagogue holds the Memorial of the Hungarian Jewish Martyrs — at least 400,000 Hungarian Jews were murdered by the Nazis. Made by Imre Varga, it resembles a weeping willow whose leaves bear inscriptions with the names of victims. There is also a memorial to Wallenberg and other Righteous Among the Nations, among them: Swiss Vice-consul Carl Lutz; Ángel Sanz Briz, the Spanish Ambassador in Hungary; Giorgio Perlasca, an Italian man who, with a strategic escamotage, declared himself the Spanish consul, releasing documents of protection and current passports to Jews in Budapest without distinction ; Mons. Angelo Rotta, an Italian Prelate Bishop and Apostolic Nuncio of the State of Vatican City in Budapest, which issued protective sheets, misrepresentations of baptism and Vatican passports to Jews, without distinction of any kind present in Budapest, who saved, with his secretary Mons. Gennaro Verolino tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews during World War II.

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3. Vajdahunyad vára

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Vajdahunyad Castle is a castle in the City Park of Budapest, Hungary. It is a copy of Hunyad Castle, known as Corvin Castle, in Hunedoara, Romania. It was built in 1896 as part of the Millennial Exhibition which celebrated the 1,000 years of Hungary since the Hungarian Conquest of the Carpathian Basin in 895. The castle was designed by Ignác Alpár to feature copies of several landmark buildings from different parts of the Kingdom of Hungary, especially the Hunyad Castle in Transylvania. As the castle contains parts of buildings from various time periods, it displays different architectural styles: Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque. Originally, it was made from cardboard and wood, but it became so popular that it was rebuilt from stone and brick between 1904 and 1908. Today, it houses the Museum of Hungarian Agriculture, the biggest agricultural museum in Europe.

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4. Solti György

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Sir Georg Solti, was a Hungarian-British orchestral and operatic conductor, best known for his appearances with opera companies in Munich, Frankfurt and London, and as a long-serving music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Born in Budapest, he studied there with Béla Bartók, Leó Weiner and Ernő Dohnányi. In the 1930s, he was a répétiteur at the Hungarian State Opera and worked at the Salzburg Festival for Arturo Toscanini. His career was interrupted by the rise of the Nazis' influence on Hungarian politics and, being of Jewish background, he fled the increasingly harsh Hungarian anti-Jewish laws in 1938. After conducting a season of Russian ballet in London at the Royal Opera House he found refuge in Switzerland, where he remained during the Second World War. Prohibited from conducting there, he earned a living as a pianist.

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5. Erzsébet-kilátó

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The Elizabeth Lookout is a historic lookout tower on János Hill above Budapest. Built in 1911, the tower was named after Empress Elisabeth, wife of Emperor Franz Joseph I. Frigyes Schulek was the architect. The tower is near Budapest's District XII, and may be reached from the Széll Kálmán tér of Budapest. At first, there was a low wooden platform, which was demolished. After that, Frederick Gluck had an idea, to raise a stone tower and then he started gathering investors for the project. Budapest city approved the project in 1907 and Schulek Frederick received the commission to build the tower. The construction started in 1908 and Paul Kluczinger was the construction manager. The tower was built from haraszti limestone. The lookout was named after Queen Elizabeth, who visited the mountain in 1882.

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6. Muzsikus cigányok parkja

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Potash fertilizer garden in the eighth district of Budapest, Germany. Located around him. He was inaugurated in October 2013. Previously, the intersection of Barros Street and Island Street was an anonymous public area. Initially placed on the Little Square were eight musical reliefs of famous gypsy descent, 240 cm high and 50 cm long on sides, on triangular limestone pillars of equal length, and by 2017 this had expanded to twelve people: "The Fox of the North Pole (19221984), up, up. Alexander (1953-2007), Bobegas vs. Erva (1924-1993), Berki Laclow (1941-1997), Pettis Jebo (1903-1971), Lakatos Alexander (1924-1994), Kosas Gabor (1944, Joseph, 1901), George (1918, 1901). Portraits of Casey-Croatia Lajos (19241980), Belki Bella (19482013), Boros Lajos (19252014) and Bupo Rigo Alexander (1949-2014).

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7. Ferences templom

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Former Franciscan monastery IV. Beira was founded on the island of Nyarak, and it is believed that his daughter was a St Markit, built at the same time as the Domonk order monastery and the construction of the royal residence. The monastery is still visible today, and its remaining remains are the Gothic church facade, the ruins of a wall, the monastery cemetery and the churches of the cemetery. In the continued existence of the ruins, what helped build was that most of the ruins of the monastery were incorporated into thatched cottages built in 1796, which were later converted into hotels in Nador. The remains of this hotel were demolished after 1945. As a result of the small archaeological excavations initiated at that time, some unexcavated monastery details have been excavated recently.

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8. Szent Vér kápolna

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Szent Vér kápolna Vadaro / Public domain

The complex of buildings located in Budapest the 3rd district of kiscell castle and park forest in the 3rd district of kiscell castle and park forest, between Óbuda and Hermit hill districts, in the area behind St. Margaret's Hospital and Óbuda University, and the adjacent ancient park. Built in the 18th century in baroque style, the church and trinitarian monastery were used by the army in the 19th century. In 1910, miksa Schmidt, a furniture manufacturer, bought and turned the complex (Schmidt Castle) into a castle. Today, the Budapest History Museum – Kiscelli Museum hosts exhibitions of urban history and fine arts. A tourist trail leads through the park forest, where you can find the Calvary and Calvary statue group of Kiscell, as well as the Chapel of the Holy Blood.

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9. ELTE Fűvészkert

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Budapest Botanical Garden is the first botanical garden in Hungary and since 2006 serves as a special educational unit of the Eventojok Lorand University of Science in Budapest VIII. In his district, in Joseph Town, Elijah Street is No.25. Working under him. The Botanical Garden, established on the Great Sabbath of 1771 to assist in the training of medicine or medical students, has been in its present place since 1847 after several migrations. His knowledge made a significant contribution, and in Molna Francis' famous novel Boys of Paul Street, the old palm trees in the botanical garden provided a hiding place for Ms. Nim Ernay and her friends. Vineyard, which has been officially named since 2008, has been preserved because of this novel and spread in public consciousness.

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10. Keresztelőkápolna

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The heart of the heart of Jesus of Városmajor is a multi-element building complex in the XII of the capital. district, on the edge of Csaba Street Városmajor. It includes the bell tower, the Great Church and the community house, built in 1923, which is connected by a semiconductor arcade with a semicircular arcade. Built in several stages, the building complex, along with other artistic works associated with the architectural elements, is an outstanding creation of 20th century Hungarian church art, and is rightly declared a monument. As a church of Városmajor, the Great Church is generally understood, and this article is primarily concerned with this. The small church is presented by the Heart-Church article by Jesus of Városmajor.

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11. Budapest-kupola

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Miklós Konkoly-Thege, an astronomical Institute of the ELTH Astronomical and Earth Science Research Center, which until September 1, 2019, was operated as an astronomical research institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Current English name: Konkoly Thege Miklós Astronomical Institute, Research Center for Astronomy and Earth Sciences or simply Konkoly Observatory. The institute, together with the Institute of Geography and the Geological and Geochemistry Institute, forms the ELTH Astronomical and Earth Research Center (CSFK). Until 2021, the Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics belonged to the Astronomical and Earth Research Center, which, after its separation, became a Land Physics and Space Research Institute (FI).

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12. Dr. Kőrősy József

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Dr. Kőrősy József IsmeretlenUnknown author / Public domain

Salima Koresi Joseph is a statistician, hygienist and rank-and-file member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The nineteenth. He is one of the most influential Hungarian statisticians in the second half of this century. His innovation in theory and method and the index calculation program he introduced have made him enjoy a high reputation in the world. As a practical statistician, he worked on the demographic, economic and social situation of Budapest, in addition to doing a great deal of work for the development of the public health situation in the capital. From 1870 until his death, he later became the first director of the Capital Bureau of Statistics and became a member of the Central Bureau of Statistics.

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13. Károlyi István

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Stephen I, also known as King Saint Stephen, was the last Grand Prince of the Hungarians between 997 and 1000 or 1001, and the first King of Hungary from 1000 or 1001, until his death in 1038. The year of his birth is uncertain, but many details of his life suggest that he was born in, or after, 975, in Esztergom. He was given the pagan name Vajk at birth, but the date of his baptism is unknown. He was the only son of Grand Prince Géza and his wife, Sarolt, who was descended from a prominent family of gyulas. Although both of his parents were baptized, Stephen was the first member of his family to become a devout Christian. He married Gisela of Bavaria, a scion of the imperial Ottonian dynasty.

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14. Mátyás-templom

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The Church of the Assumption of the Buda Castle, more commonly known as the Matthias Church, more rarely the Coronation Church of Buda, is a Roman Catholic church located in the Holy Trinity Square, Budapest, Hungary, in front of the Fisherman's Bastion at the heart of Buda's Castle District. According to church tradition, it was originally built in Romanesque style in 1015, although few references exist. The current building was constructed in the florid late Gothic style in the second half of the 14th century and was extensively restored in the late 19th century. It was the second largest church of medieval Buda and the seventh largest church of the medieval Hungarian Kingdom.

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15. Ambrus Zoltán

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Zoltán Ambrus was a Hungarian writer and translator. He completed gymnasium in Debrecen and Budapest and then studied law in Budapest. At the age of 18, his father died leaving him responsible for his family. He tutored and wrote theater criticism and articles for such publications as Pesti Napló, Fővárosi Lapok, and Budapesti Szemle. In 1885, he moved to Paris where he studied literature at the Collège de France and the Sorbonne. He became a contributor to A Hét upon his return to Pest and wrote a substantial quantity of short stories. In 1900, he became editor of Új Magyar Szemle, and wrote some pieces for Nyugat, as well as serving as director of the National Theater.

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16. Ínség-szikla

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A cliff on the Danube at the foot of Mount Gellert, 1645.4 km. In folk language, it is "the lowest mountain in Hungary". Petals are 95.76 m above sea level. His name is given from there so that the low water level can be seen, which can only happen during dry seasons. This phenomenon can also be observed in September 2003, November 2011 and September 2015. At the beginning of August, 2018, the rocks were visible again, and a water level of 93 cm was observed in Budapest. On October 25th, 33 cm became an absolute negative record (LKV). And on Liberty Bridge, the remains of the bridge that had never been seen before and were blown up in the war became noticeable.

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17. Egyetemi Kisboldogasszony-templom

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The Church of St Mary the Virgin, commonly known as the University Church is a Catholic Church in the Papnövelde Street, Belváros-Lipótváros District in Budapest, Hungary. From 1786 the church belongs to the former Theological Faculty of the Eötvös Loránd University, and to the Pázmány Péter Catholic University independent of it; before it was the central church of the Pauline Order. The Central Priestly Educational Institute operates in a block adjacent to the church, so that the liturgical services of the church are performed by the priestly students and the chiefs of the institute. The church has two towers and its towers are 56 meters high.

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18. Andrássy Élményközpont

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Teresa City Casino, the predecessor of Paris's big department store, was built according to the design of Petschacher Gustav in 1882. His first renovation was in 1909, and after Goldberg Samuel bought the building, he began to design the most modern department store in this era as a French design. In order to redesign, Rokila Zigmund received orders. The building is located on the south side of Andrei West Road in Budapest, 39. Below the number. 54 Pauley Ed Street. It also has an entrance. His facade facing Andre West Road was built in Art Nouveau style, and the part facing Pauley Ed Street wore tickets for the New Renaissance.

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19. Mindszenty József

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József Mindszenty [jo:ʒɛf mindsɛnti] was the Prince Primate, Archbishop of Esztergom, cardinal, and leader of the Catholic Church in Hungary from 2 October 1945 to 18 December 1973. According to Encyclopædia Britannica, for five decades "he personified uncompromising opposition to fascism and communism in Hungary". During World War II, he was imprisoned by the pro-Nazi Arrow Cross Party. After the war, he opposed communism and communist persecution in his country. As a result, he was tortured and given a life sentence in a 1949 show trial that generated worldwide condemnation, including a United Nations resolution.

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20. Lengyel Múzeum

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The Polish Museum is a minority institution established in 1998 by the National Polish Minority Self-Government in Kőbánya. The only main research area in the world is the history of millennial Hungarian -Polish historical relations and the history of Hungarian Poles. His collection is constantly expanding, with the greatest support of the Hungarian and Polish states. The two peoples present their special, unreasonable mutual sympathy, which is nowhere else, with modern visual tools supported by historical facts. There are two fillets in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County: Ládbesenyő-Andrástanyán and Derenk in Romfalu.

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21. IV. Károly király

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IV. Károly király Unknown authorUnknown author / CC BY-SA 4.0

Charles I or Karl I was Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary, King of Croatia, King of Bohemia, and the last of the monarchs belonging to the House of Habsburg-Lorraine to rule over Austria-Hungary. The son of Archduke Otto of Austria and Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony, Charles became heir presumptive of Emperor Franz Joseph after his uncle Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated in 1914. In 1911, he married Princess Zita of Bourbon-Parma. He is venerated in the Catholic Church, having been Beatified by Pope John Paul II on 3 October 2004, and is known to the Catholic Church as Blessed Karl of Austria.

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22. Magyar Állami Operaház

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The Hungarian State Opera House is a neo-Renaissance opera house located in central Budapest, on Andrássy út. Originally known as the Hungarian Royal Opera House, it was designed by Miklós Ybl, a major figure of 19th-century Hungarian architecture. Construction began in 1875, funded by the city of Budapest and by Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria-Hungary, and the new house opened to the public on the 27 September 1884. Before the closure of the "Népszínház" in Budapest, it was the third largest opera building in the city; today it is the second largest opera house in Budapest and in Hungary.

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23. Hableány-hajókatasztrófa

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Hableány was a 27-metre (89 ft) river cruiser operated on the Danube river in Budapest, Hungary. On a rainy night, at 9:05 pm of 29 May 2019, the 135-metre (443 ft) Viking Sigyn collided with Hableány from behind under the Margaret Bridge near the Parliament Building. Hableány sunk in 7 seconds. The heavy rainfall and the resulting strong currents hampered rescue efforts, with some bodies found 100 km downstream. With 2 Hungarian crew and 33 South Korean tourists on board, 7 tourists were rescued at the scene; all others were later found to be dead.

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24. Contra-Aquincum (római erőd romjai)

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The Roman fortress of Contra-Akuncombe is one of the important residences of Panialems. Part 2. It was built at the beginning of this century, and then in AD 3. At the end of this century, he rebuilt from his foundation. Its significance lies in its unusually thick walls, its control over the balconies of the "capital", and its monitoring of an ancient commercial passage. The antique name of Kandy-Arkuncum is probably Pession (σ ape is ape). March 15th in Maladilla, 5th District, Budapest. They are in the square not far from the Queen Elizabeth Bridge.

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25. Szent Gellért

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Gerard or Gerard Sagredo was the first bishop of Csanád in the Kingdom of Hungary from around 1030 to his death. Most information about his life was preserved in his legends which contain most conventional elements of medieval biographies of saints. He was born in a Venetian noble family, associated with the Sagredos or Morosinis in sources written centuries later. After a serious illness, he was sent to the Benedictine San Giorgio Monastery at the age of five. He received excellent monastic education and also learnt grammar, music, philosophy and law.

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26. Magyar Szentföld templom

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The Hungarian Church of the Hungarian Holy Land was an unprecedented church designed in part at the initiative of Franciscan János Majsai, partly Bauhaus, partly in Byzantine style, and which was built in the investment of the Franciscan monastic order between 1940 and 1949. Not much would have been missed, but the works were stopped in 1949, and the finished parts of the roof structure were demolished. The monumental building today is a stump, used as an archives for decades, and since 2013 has been the property of the Franciscans again.

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27. Ördögárok-emlékkő

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Devil's Ditch is one of the intermittent streams, which flows to Buda Danube River. Its most notable side water is the Little Magic Ditch, which is next to the cool valley and reached on the prairie. Devil's Ditch also captured a considerable part of the wastewater in Budabian before; Of the 600,000 cubic meters of wastewater Budapest produces every day, 50,000 cubic meters flow into the Danube River through it, resulting in the completion of the central sewage treatment plant, and the sewage has been declining.

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28. Rejtő Jenő (P.Howard)

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Rejtő Jenő (P.Howard) Unknown authorUnknown author / Public domain

Jenő Rejtő was a Hungarian journalist, pulp fiction writer and playwright who died as a forced labourer during World War II. He was born in Budapest, Austria-Hungary, on 29 March 1905, and died in Evdakovo, Voronezh Oblast, Soviet Union on 1 January 1943. Despite the "pulp" nature of his writings, he is not only widely read in Hungary, but is also much appreciated by literary critics. It is a prevalent opinion that he lifted the genre to the level of serious art, and his works will long outlive him.

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29. Vuk Karadzic (1787-1864)

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Vuk Stefanović Karadžić was a Serbian philologist, anthropologist and linguist. He was one of the most important reformers of the modern Serbian language. For his collection and preservation of Serbian folktales, Encyclopædia Britannica labelled him "the father of Serbian folk-literature scholarship." He was also the author of the first Serbian dictionary in the new reformed language. In addition, he translated the New Testament into the reformed form of the Serbian spelling and language.

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30. Baross Gábor

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Baross Gábor Gustav Morelli / Public domain

Noble Gábor Baross de Bellus was a Hungarian statesman in Hungarian parliament, was born at Barossháza now Pružina near Trencsén. He was for a time one of the professors there under Cardinal Kolos Vaszary. After acquiring considerable local reputation as chief notary of his county, he entered parliament in 1875. He at once attached himself to Kálmán Tisza and remained faithful to his chief even after the Bosnian occupation had alienated so many of the supporters of the prime minister.

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31. Avilai Nagy Szent Teréz templom

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The Parish Church of Great Sage Tres is different from the Parish Church of Tres Town in Budapest, and is separated from the Conservatory of Music by a piece of land. Property is an undivided common property owned by a part of the church located in the main parish of Estelgom-Budapest. Law no 25 of 1997. The annual LIV. According to the law, there are 15,526 churches. Below trunk number II. Monuments grouped together. Section six. The largest church in the area has a tower 65 meters high.

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32. Jókai Mór

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Jókai Mór Adolf Dauthage / Public domain

Móric Jókay de Ásva, outside Hungary also known as Maurus Jokai or Mauritius Jókai, was a Hungarian nobleman, novelist, dramatist and revolutionary. He was active participant and a leading personality in the outbreak of Hungarian Liberal Revolution of 1848 in Pest. Jókai's romantic novels became very popular among the elite of Victorian era England; he was often compared to Dickens in the 19th century British press. One of his most famous fans and admirers was Queen Victoria herself.

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33. Goldberger Textilipari Gyűjtemény

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Goldberger Textilipari Gyűjtemény vadaro / Public domain

The Goldberger Textile Collection was created at the site of the former Museum of Textile and Textile Lesson Industry History. The textile museum was an institution that preserves the material and intellectual memories of the Hungarian textile and clothing industry in Budapest III. district, Óbuda, which was an important location in the development of the domestic textile industry. The museum does not exist in its original form today, with the Goldberger Textile Collection in its place.

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34. Mekk Elek

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Meck Eric, Ezmerst, was an actor in the Hungarian television puppet series, from 1974 to 1975, produced by the Pannonian Film Studio in 1973. The director of this feature film series is Imre Stephen, and his producers are gypsy Alexander and Closte John. The script was written by Joseph Romney, the characters and decorations were designed by Coss Ivan, and his music was composed by Ranky George. Performed in Hungary, Hungarian TV, MTV1, MTV2, Danube TV and the Fire of Danube World.

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35. Törley-kastély

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The Turkish castle is Budapest XXII. Located in his district (Budaphos), it was built in 1890-1904 by Joseph Turkley of Hungary's famous champagne factory. The first designs were completed in the 1890s by Ray Rezel Lajos, where he then worked as Turkey's domestic architect. This building was built after the death of his father, a boy with a fresh architect degree, ifj. Ray Rezel William is finished. Next door to the castle is a castle, a hut with his Turkish wife, Sakre Iran.

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36. Látó-hegy

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Expo Mountain, formerly known as Guge Mountain on Budi Mountain, is located in Budi Scenic Area, Budapest II. Around it, the border area rises in the urban areas of Beautiful Valley and Csatka. One of the most popular outings in Budapest. Its height is 376 meters, and soon from its peak to the southeast, you can find the view of "Barley Garden", from which you can see the magnificent view of the capital, but the panorama has been eroded by many buildings since the late 1980s.

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37. Memento Park

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Memento Park is an open-air museum in Budapest, Hungary, dedicated to monumental statues and sculpted plaques from Hungary's Communist period (1949–1989). There are statues of Lenin, Marx, and Engels, as well as several Hungarian Communist leaders. The park was designed by Hungarian architect Ákos Eleőd, who won the competition announced by the Budapest General Assembly in 1991. On public transport diagrams and other documents the park is usually shown as Memorial Park.

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38. Fővárosi Nagycirkusz

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Fővárosi Nagycirkusz The original uploader was Kispados at Hungarian Wikipedia. / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Capital Circus of Budapest is a circus building located in Budapest, Hungary. It originally opened in 1889, although it has changed locations since then. Its current building opened in 1971 and is the only stone circus in Central Europe. It seats 1450 people, and features animal, clown, and artistic performing acts. The building is in Városliget city park, near by are the Budapest Zoo, the Budapest Amusement park, Vajdahunyad Castle and the Széchenyi thermal bath.

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39. Gaál Imre Galéria

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Gail Imre Art Museum is an independent building of XX Manchester Museum in England. Louis u of Aries. Decree no 39. Under the pedestrian street in Sabeth, Pestris. By 1989, it had been reinvented; Since then, the museum's gallery, the Gale Imre Gallery, has worked here. The space obtained in the gallery is the nearly 700 art works in the museum collection, which contains 120 figures by Gail Imre, paintings and styles of Toth Mus, Noripa Stephen Paul and Mufeng Auguston.

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40. Boldog Meszlényi Zoltán Plébániatemplom

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The St. Adalbert Parish of Lágymányos Budapest XI. one of the Catholic parishes of its district. His first necessity chapel was established in 1931 in one of the buildings of Fehérvári Road, the foundation stone of its new temple was laid in 2013, a little farther from the original location; Its dedication took place on October 31, 2014. It is interesting that, unlike its name, the old and new temples are not located in Lágymányos, but in the area of Kelenföld.

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41. Ráth György Múzeum

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Villa Las Georges, one of the branches of the Museum of Industrial Art, is a theme of Budapest VI. In his perimeter. Villa 2018. From September 14, our Art Nouveau Club reopened as a permanent exhibition, displaying the most important works in the Art Nouveau collection of the Industrial Art Museum, which can also be used by the general public during the reconstruction of the main museum of the Industry Department, and commemorating the first curator of the museum.

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42. Főkukac miniszobra

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Bigfoot Fishing Hungarian TV cartoon series, directed by Dagai Attila and Fosiozuka. The script is written by the buttering-up Stephen and Saydik Francis, and his music is performed by Peter Zolt and 100 Folkways, featuring hearing the voices of Barrance Peter and Santa Claus. The two protagonists in this series are the big hook fisherman and Fukukac. The series consists of two seasons. The first part was completed in 1982 and the second part was completed in 1988.

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43. Regnum Marianum emlékhely

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The Regnum Marianum was a church in the City Park, along today's Dózsa György Road, opposite Damjanich Street. He was dedicated in 1931, received a severe bombing in 1944, and finally, in 1951, officially, the reinforced concrete building was first demolished by a traditional and then explosive method. Its official name was Magna Domina Hungarorum, the grandmother of Hungarians, and was named after the name of the organization initiating the construction.

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44. „0” kilométerkő

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The Zero Kilometre Stone is a 3 m high limestone sculpture in Budapest, forming a zero sign, with an inscription on its pedestal reading "KM" for kilometres. This stone marks the reference point from which all road distances to Budapest are measured in the country. The reference point had initially been located at the threshold of Buda Royal Palace, but was moved to its present location by Széchenyi Chain Bridge when the crossing was completed in 1849.

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45. Przemyśl védőinek emlékműve

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Monument to the defenders of the Przemyśl Fortress in Budapest known more in Poland under the name of the Przemyśl defenders monument, and in Hungary as Przemysl Emlékmű or simply Przemysl - a monument in Budapest located in the second district near the Małgorzata Bridge, on the right bank of the Danube. The monument commemorates thousands of Hungarians killed during the first and second siege of Przemyśl in 1914–1915 during the First World War.

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46. Gellért-hegy

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Gellért Hill is a 235 m (771 ft) high hill overlooking the Danube in Budapest, Hungary. It is located in the 1st and the 11th districts. The hill was named after Saint Gerard who was thrown to death from the hill. The famous Hotel Gellért and the Gellért Baths can be found in Gellért Square at the foot of the hill, next to Liberty Bridge. The Gellért Hill Cave is also located on the hill, facing the hotel and the Danube.

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47. Sas-hegyi Látogatóközpont

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Sas-hegyi Látogatóközpont Nincs megadva géppel olvasható szerző. Feltételezhetően Arwenaa (a szerzői jogi adatok alapján). / Public domain

The Buda Eagle Mountain Nature Reserve is a 30-hectare nature reserve of national importance in the area of operation of the Danube-Ipoly National Park, located on Sas Hill in Budapest. It is home to many protected and highly protected species of animals and plants, and due to its geological values and special location, it is a real refuge in the middle of the city not only for wildlife, but also for visitors.

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48. Pál-völgyi-barlang

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The Paul Valley-Cave system is the longest cave in Hungary. One of the enhanced protected caves in Hungary. Part of it, Paul Valley Cave, is one of the caves built for tourism in Budapest. The surface protected area of caves, about 4.7 hectares, is managed in Danaipoli National Park as an independent legally protected nature reserve of national significance. The length built for tourists is 500 meters.

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49. Remete-hegyi-kőfülke

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The Remete Mountain Stone is one of the caves in the Remete Gorge in the Danube-Ipoly National Park. Hungary is among the distinctly protected caves. Upper Pleistocene was founded in paleontology and medieval archaeological finds. Its entrance is visible from afar and is therefore a feature of the hermit gorge. One of the most remote caves of the Buda Mountains and the other is the Gellért Hill Cave.

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50. Magyar Nemzeti Galéria

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The Hungarian National Gallery, was established in 1957 as the national art museum. It is located in Buda Castle in Budapest, Hungary. Its collections cover Hungarian art in all genres, including the works of many nineteenth- and twentieth-century Hungarian artists who worked in Paris and other locations in the West. The primary museum for international art in Budapest is the Museum of Fine Arts.

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51. Magyar Mezőgazdasági Múzeum és Könyvtár

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The Hungarian Agricultural Museum, from its establishment until 1950, is one of the most important museums of the Royal Hungarian Agricultural Museum in Budapest and is a specialized national museum in the capital XIV. In his district, in the City Alliance, there are hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. Some sources said that the largest collection of agricultural history in Europe.

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52. A német megszállás áldozatainak emlékműve

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A német megszállás áldozatainak emlékműve Szilas / Public domain

The Memorial for Victims of the German Occupation is a monument created in memory of the German invasion of Hungary, located in Budapest's Liberty Square. The memorial has sparked controversy and angered Jewish community organizations, with critics alleging that the monument absolves the Hungarian state and Hungarians of their collaboration with Nazi Germany and complicity in the Holocaust.

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53. Magyarok Nagyasszonya Sziklatemplom

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The Gellért Hill Cave is part of a network of caves within Gellért Hill in Budapest, Hungary. The cave is also referred to as "Saint Ivan's Cave", regarding a hermit who lived there and is believed to have used the natural thermal water of a muddy lake next to the cave to heal the sick. It is likely that this same water fed the pools of the old Sáros fürdő, now called Gellért Baths.

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54. A tizennégy karátos autó

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A tizennégy karátos autó Rejtő Jenő / Public domain

Jordan humor story hidden in fourteen carats car, published in 1940. Building on this book, in 2006 Margos George produced an audiobook in Rudolph Peter's Lecture, which was published by Corsus Publishing House. In addition, Cosmore Paul also dealt with several of his other famous novels in comics like Hidden. In 2019, it was also published as a publication of POKET's Zbesbook.

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55. Kisboldogasszony-templom

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The Church of Csepel is the Roman Catholic Church of the Budapest-Csepel Downtown Catholic Church of St. Imre Square. The church dedicated to the Small Virgin was consecrated in 1862. He has four bells. The 1000kg big bell was cast in 1948, and the cracked middle bell was re-cast by Lajos Gombos in 1979. In addition, he has two bells. The altar of the temple is from marble.

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56. Kockásfülű nyúl

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Kockásfülű nyúl PannóniaFilm / Public domain

A kockásfülű nyúl is a 26-episode Hungarian animated children's series produced from 26 August 1977 on in the studios of PannóniaFilm. Created by the acclaimed children's literature writer and graphic artist Veronika Marék and animator Zsolt Richly, its protagonist, the rabbit with checkered ears quickly became one of the most prolific mascots of Hungarian animation.

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57. Emlékezet temploma

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The Great Castle Square Reformed Church, or by its other name, Memorial Church is Budapest's Great Castle Square Reformed Church No. 8 in the capital. In his perimeter. Unlike the Calvinist church built between 1930 and 1935, it is not located in the Great Fort Square, but on the sitting road beside the official dormitory hundreds of meters outside the Great Fort Square.

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58. Jupiter

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Népliget or People's Park is the biggest public park in Budapest, Hungary. It is located southeast of the city centre, and covers an area of 110 hectares. It was established to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the union of Pest, Buda and Óbuda. The park is the site of the Planetarium, which is a laser theatre, and the E-klub, the biggest night club in Budapest.

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59. Budavári evangélikus templom

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Lutheran Church of Budavár is the oldest Lutheran church of Buda. It was built in 1895 at Vienna Gate Square in the 1st District of Budapest. The first church for the Lutherans of Buda was built by Maria Dorothea, third wife of Palatine Joseph, in 1846, at hu:Dísz tér. The site was taken over by the Ministry of Defence, so a new church was built near Vienna Gate.

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60. Sipeki Balázs Béla villája

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Sipeki Balázs Béla villája Lipót Strelisky / Public domain

Ödön Lechner was a Hungarian architect, one of the prime representatives of the Hungarian Szecesszió style, which was related to Art Nouveau in the rest of Europe, including the Vienna Secession. He is famous for decorating his buildings with Zsolnay tile patterns inspired by old Magyar and Turkic folk art, which are combined with modern materials such as iron.

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61. Savoyai Jenő

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Savoyai Jenő Jacob van Schuppen / Public domain

Prince Eugene Francis of Savoy–Carignano or Carignamo, better known as Prince Eugene, was a field marshal in the army of the Holy Roman Empire and of the Austrian Habsburg dynasty during the 17th and 18th centuries. He was one of the most successful military commanders of his time, and rose to the highest offices of state at the Imperial court in Vienna.

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62. Ady Endre

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Ady Endre Aladár Székely / Public domain

Endre Ady was a turn-of-the-century Hungarian poet and journalist. Regarded by many as the greatest Hungarian poet of the 20th century, he was noted for his steadfast belief in social progress and development and for his poetry's exploration of fundamental questions of the modern European experience: love, temporality, faith, individuality, and patriotism.

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63. Szűz Mária-kápolna

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Szűz Mária-kápolna Kispados a(z) magyar Wikipédia projektből / Public domain

The Happy Lady Chapel in Cade Valley is Budapest XII. His district is located in a Kuthurgia township, at the junction of Upper Swaber Mountain Road and City Road. The original eighteenth. In 1990, it was built around a century chapel, the Atonement Chapel in Hungary, and then in 1998, a pilgrimage house was built in Tabor, called the Pilgrimage House.

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64. Arany Sas Patikamúzeum

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Golden Eagle Pharmacy was the first pharmacy in Budan after the Turks were expelled. In 1687, today's award square is 1-2. A large number of houses founded by Basinger Francis Inak. The hoof from 1687 to 1696 was the sixth prize plaza. He moved below a number. Basinger also opened a branch in the water town, which was later called Black Bear Pharmacy.

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65. Szent-Györgyi Albert

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Szent-Györgyi Albert J.W. McGuire / Public domain

Albert Szent-Györgyi de Nagyrápolt was a Hungarian biochemist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1937. He is credited with first isolating vitamin C and discovering the components and reactions of the citric acid cycle. He was also active in the Hungarian Resistance during World War II and entered Hungarian politics after the war.

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66. Deák téri evangélikus templom

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Deák téri evangélikus templom Az eredeti feltöltő Misibacsi a(z) magyar Wikipédia projektből volt / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Deák Square Lutheran Church is the oldest and most well -known Lutheran church in Budapest, a classicist -style creative church on Deák Ferenc Square in Budapest. The largest Protestant church in Budapest. Many other Lutheran institutions operate in the block together with the connecting buildings, so the area is often called insula lutherana.

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67. Planetárium

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The TIT Budapest Planetarium is a Planetarium in Népliget, operated by the Scientific Educational Society (TIT). The purpose of the planetarium is to serve scientific knowledge and to create a bridge between astronomy and the general public. Until 2010, the Laser Theater, known for performances by the laser show, was in the Planetarium building.

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68. Tabáni Alexandriai Szent Katalin plébániatemplom

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Tabáni Alexandriai Szent Katalin plébániatemplom w:en:User:Tamas Szabo / Public domain

Tabán usually refers to an area within the 1st district of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. It lies on the Buda side of the Danube, to the south of György Dózsa Square, on the northern side of Elisabeth Bridge and to the east of Naphegy. Outside of Budapest, several other Hungarian cities and towns also have districts called Tabán.

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69. Batthyány-örökmécses

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Batthyány-örökmécses The original uploader was Misibacsi at Hungarian Wikipedia. / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Batthyány's sanctuary lamp is a national monument, located at the corner of Báthory Street and Hold Street in Lipótváros, Budapest, Hungary. It sits on the former location of the courtyard of the New Building, where Count Lajos Batthyány (1807–1849), the first Prime Minister of Hungary, was executed on 6th October 1849.

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70. Bem apó

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Bem apó
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Józef Zachariasz Bem was a Polish engineer and general, an Ottoman pasha and a national hero of Poland and Hungary, and a figure intertwined with other European patriotic movements. Like Tadeusz Kościuszko and Jan Henryk Dąbrowski, Bem fought outside Poland's borders anywhere his leadership and military skills were needed.

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71. Kisboldogasszony Bazilika Plébánia

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Maria Remy's Little Red Riding Hood------in his district, on Mary Road. Since 1993, it has belonged to the Capital Diocese of Estelgom-Budapest, and the current pastor of the Capital Diocese is a doctor. Cardinal Peter of the Forest, vegetarian, Archbishop of Estelme-Budapest. The church's current parish is Esterhadi Laclow.

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72. Bay Zoltán

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Zoltán Lajos Bay was a Hungarian physicist, professor, and engineer who developed technologies, including tungsten lamps and microwave devices. He was the leader of the second group to observe radar echoes from the Moon (Moonbounce). From 1930, he worked at the University of Szeged as a professor of theoretical physics.

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73. József-hegy

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Mount Yue Se, also known as Mount Smaller, is a relatively low, 234-meter-high mountain on Mount Buda, located in Budabust II. In his perimeter. The southeast uplift of an array of triple boundary mountains. There is a lookout on his coat. The environment of this mountain has been completely integrated in recent decades.

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74. Szent Mihály kápolna

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Fringe island foreland convection 13. The monastery, founded a century ago, stands on Magit Island in Budapest. Today's station, the 20th. In the first third of this century, the reconstructed chapel is a major piece of art on the island, which is Budapest's oldest Romanian monument and can be seen in its original form.

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75. Szent László-kápolna

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Jade chapel, to be exact, is a jade flag chapel, 20. A century, originally not built for religious purposes, is a building imitating a church. Jade Chapel is part of Vojvodina's castle, but unlike other buildings, it does not belong to the Hungarian Agricultural Museum, but is managed by the Hungarian Catholic Church.

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76. Szépművészeti múzeum

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Szépművészeti múzeum Szépművészeti Múzeum / Public domain

The National Museum of Fine Arts, a state -owned and maintained national museum in Budapest, belongs to the Budapest World Heritage Site as part of the Heroes' Square monument. Between 1900 and 1906, based on the plans of Albert Schickedanz and Ferenc Herzog, it was built in neo -Renaissance and neoclassical style.

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77. Szemlő-hegyi-barlang

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One of the caves of the Szemlő-Hill Cave in Budapest for tourism purposes. The highly protected cave is part of the Danube -Ipoly National Park Directorate. The surface protective area of the cave is the surface protection area of the Szemlő-hegyi-Cave, called the nature reserve, a unique legal protection area.

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78. Millennium Háza

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Formerly known as the Olof Palme House, the building is one of the oldest structures in the City Park. Thanks to the Liget Budapest Project, the renovated house, which began at the end of 2017, was transformed into a community space and an experience center. Since 2019, it has been called the Millennium House.

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79. Nepumuki Szent János szobra

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Nepumuki Szent János szobra Anton Raphael Mengs / Public domain

John the Baptist was an itinerant preacher active in the area of Jordan River in the early 1st century AD. He is also known as John the Forerunner in Christianity, John the Immerser in some Baptist Christian traditions, and Prophet Yahya in Islam. He is sometimes alternatively referred to as John the Baptizer.

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80. Rátz László

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Rátz László http://www.omikk.bme.hu/archivum/angol/htm/wigner_j.htm omikk.bme.hu/archivum/English/Eugene Wigner (Wigner Jenö) / Public domain

László Rátz,, was a Hungarian mathematics high school teacher best known for educating such people as John von Neumann and Nobel laureate Eugene Wigner. He was a legendary teacher of "Budapest-Fasori Evangélikus Gimnázium", the Budapest Lutheran Gymnasium, a famous secondary school in Budapest in Hungary.

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81. Bátori-barlang

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The Bathory Cave is a cave located just below the top of Nagy-Hárs Hill, on the northeast side of the mountain. It is located within the Danube-Ipoly National Park and the 2nd district of Budapest. The cave gets its name from Pauline monk, László Báthory who used the cave as a hermitage for twenty years.

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82. Kulin-csillagda

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Kulin is an observatory, and it is Budapest IV. In his district, working at the top of Book Cup High School. In Budapest, several schools today have observatory telescopes, but such domes, equipped with modern instruments and "classic" observatories, only a few educational institutions in China can boast.

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83. Hadik András-szobor

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Hadik András-szobor Georg Weikert / Public domain

Count András Hadik de Futak was a Hungarian nobleman and Field Marshal of the Habsburg Army. He was Governor of Galicia and Lodomeria from January 1774 to June 1774, and is the father of Karl Joseph Hadik von Futak. He is famous for capturing the Prussian capital Berlin during the Seven Years' War.

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84. Mátyás tér

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Mátyás tér Elisabeth Rull / CC BY-SA 3.0

Mátyás Tér, formerly Frühlingsfeld Platz is a place located in the districts of Csarnok and Magdolna, in the 8th arrondissement of Budapest. There are built buildings in a state today dilapidated. An old glove factory has been transformed into a cultural center: Kesztyűgyár Közösségi Ház.

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85. Albert Kázmér Ágost

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Prince Albert Casimir of Saxony, Duke of Teschen was a Saxon prince from the House of Wettin who married into the Habsburg imperial family. He was noted as an art collector and founded the Albertina in Vienna, one of the largest and finest collections of old master prints and drawings in the world.

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86. Vadász-hegy

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Wild Mountain is the southernmost mountain in Budapest, with a height of 227 meters. The northern plateau. Its territory is Budapest XXII. Its circumference and eleven. It is located on the border around it, as well as in the area of Budalus. The peaks of the hills are covered with Kamala forest.

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87. Országos Színháztörténeti Múzeum és Intézet

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The National Theater History Museum and Institute is a state -based cultural institution in the 1st district of Budapest, at 57 Krisztina Boulevard. As a museum, it is one of its important tasks as a scientific institute to support the theater profession and researchers in the theater history.

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88. Szurdok-barlang

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14 Remet Mountain. The first cave is one of the caves in Remet Canyon in Danaipoli National Park. Some very special and precious archaeological discoveries have been unearthed from the site. Probably a workshop for counterfeiting money, also excavated from caves and anthropological relics.

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89. Tompa Mihály

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Tompa Mihály Gustav Morelli / Public domain

Mihály Tompa, was a Hungarian lyric poet, Calvinist minister and corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Together with János Arany and Sándor Petőfi they formed the triumvirate of young great poets of the Hungarian folk-national literature of the 19th century.

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90. Mátyás kút

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Matthias Fountain is a monumental fountain group in the western forecourt of Buda Castle, Budapest. Alajos Stróbl’s Neo-Baroque masterpiece is one of the most frequently photographed landmark in the Hungarian capital. It is sometimes called the ’Trevi Fountain of Budapest’.

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91. Óhegy park

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Óhegy Park is a large public park in the 10th district of Budapest, Kőbánya, in the district of Óhegy. It was highly known primarily during the accident on June 7, 2004: an 80 cm diameter, 10-15 meter-deep hole was formed in the park, absorbed an elderly man walking a dog.

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92. Vígszínház

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Vígszínház Pasztilla aka Attila Terbócs / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Comedy Theatre of Budapest is a theatre in Budapest. Starting in the turn of the 19th and 20th century as an opposition to the conservative National Theatre, it became a pioneer institution of Hungarian drama, and one of the oldest theatres of the city still in operation.

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93. K-híd

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The K Bridge is a form of rail transit, initially primarily railroad, now highway and footbridge Budapest III. In his district, in his district, between him and his Old Testament island. The bridge, with nearly 100-meter-long segments, slopes to the shipyard's Danube branch.

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94. Gesztenyés kert

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The Chestnut Garden is a public park with a floor area of about 35,000 square meters in the German Valley, Budapest XII. district, not far from its easiest streets. He is one of the most popular rest parks in the Hungarian capital, and often serves as the venue for events.

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95. Pozsonyi úti református templom

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Pozsonyi úti református templom Karelj / Public domain

The Reformed Church of Bratislava Road is located in the city of Újlipótváros, which was dedicated as the second church of the parish in 1940. Underneath the church is a stage and event hall with the same area as the church, which today is published for various events.

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96. Eötvös József báró

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Eötvös József báró Karl Mahlknecht / Public domain

József baron Eötvös de Vásárosnamény was a Hungarian writer and statesman, the son of Ignác baron Eötvös de Vásárosnamény and Anna von Lilien, who stemmed from an Erbsälzer family of Werl in Germany. Eötvös name is sometimes anglicised as Joseph von Eotvos.

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97. Akseli Gallen-Kallela

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Akseli Gallen-Kallela K. O. Lindeqvist (1858–1927) / Public domain

Akseli Gallen-Kallela was a Finnish painter who is best known for his illustrations of the Kalevala, the Finnish national epic. His work is considered a very important aspect of the Finnish national identity. He changed his name from Gallén to Gallen-Kallela in 1907.

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98. Dohány utcai zsinagóga

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Dohány utcai zsinagóga The original uploader was OsvátA at Hungarian Wikipedia. / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Dohány Street Synagogue, also known as the Great Synagogue or Tabakgasse Synagogue, is a historical building in Erzsébetváros, the 7th district of Budapest, Hungary. It is the largest synagogue in Europe, seating 3,000 people and is a centre of Neolog Judaism.

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99. Epreskert

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Epreskert Art Colony was an artists' colony in Budapest in the last decades of the 19th and the first half of the 20th century. Among the artists who worked and lived there the most important were sculptors György Zala and Adolf Huszár, and painter Árpád Feszty.

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100. Mária Magdolna templom

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Mária Magdolna templom The original uploader was Misibacsi at Hungarian Wikipedia. / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Church of Mary Magdalene of Buda is one of the oldest churches of the Várkerület District. Dedicated to Jesus' follower, Mary Magdalene, it was built between the 13th and 15th centuries in Gothic style. Today only ruins and the tower of the church remains.

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