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

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1. Shoes on the Danube Bank

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Shoes on the Danube Bank

The Shoes on the Danube Bank is a memorial erected on 16 April 2005, in Budapest, Hungary. Conceived by film director Can Togay, he created it on the east bank of the Danube River with sculptor Gyula Pauer to honour the Jews who were massacred by fascist Hungarian militia belonging to the Arrow Cross Party in Budapest during the Second World War. They were ordered to take off their shoes, and were shot at the edge of the water so that their bodies fell into the river and were carried away. The memorial represents their shoes left behind on the bank.

Wikipedia: Shoes on the Danube Bank (EN)

2. Erzsébet Square

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Erzsébet Square

In the V. district of Erzsébet Square Budapest. It is bordered by Vienna Street, József Attila Street, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Street and Thirty ad Street. This is the largest green space in downtown Pest.

Wikipedia: Erzsébet tér (Budapest) (HU)

3. Citadella

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Citadella

The Citadella is the fortification located upon the top of Gellért Hill in Budapest, Hungary. Citadella is the Hungarian word for citadel, a kind of fortress. The word is exclusively used by other languages to refer to the Gellért Hill citadel which occupies a place which held strategic importance in Budapest's military history.

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4. Gellért Hill

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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.

Wikipedia: Gellért Hill (EN)

5. Little Princess

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The original 50 cm statuette of the Little Princess (Kiskirálylány) Statue sitting on the railings of the Danube promenade in Budapest, Hungary was created by László Marton (1925–2008) Munkácsy- and Kossuth Prize-winning sculptor in 1972.

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6. Fisherman's Bastion

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Fisherman's Bastion Brian Adamson / CC BY 2.0

The Halászbástya or Fisherman's Bastion is one of the best known monuments in Budapest, located near the Buda Castle, in the 1st district of Budapest. It is one of the most important tourist attractions due to the unique panorama of Budapest from the Neo-Romanesque lookout terraces. The Fishermen's Bastion's main façade, parallel to the Danube, is approximately 140 meters long, of which the southern aisle is about 40 meters long, the north is 65 meters long, and the ornate central parapet is 35 meters long. Its seven high-pitched stone towers symbolize the seven chieftains of the Hungarians who founded Hungary in 895.

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7. Hungarian National Gallery

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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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8. Great Synagogue

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Great Synagogue 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 on Dohány Street 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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9. Great Market Hall

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The Great Market Hall or Central Market Hall, Market Hall I is the largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest, Hungary. The idea of building such a large market hall arose from the first mayor of Budapest, Károly Kamermayer, and it was his largest investment. He retired in 1896 and participated in the opening ceremony on February 15, 1897.

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10. Kőrösi Csoma Sándor

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Kőrösi Csoma Sándor

Sándor Csoma de Kőrös was a Hungarian philologist and Orientalist, author of the first Tibetan–English dictionary and grammar book. He was called Phyi-glin-gi-grwa-pa in Tibetan, meaning "the foreign pupil", and was declared a bosatsu or bodhisattva by the Japanese in 1933. He was born in Kőrös, Grand Principality of Transylvania. His birth date is often given as 4 April, although this is actually his baptism day and the year of his birth is debated by some authors who put it at 1787 or 1788 rather than 1784. The Magyar ethnic group, the Székelys, to which he belonged believed that they were derived from a branch of Attila's Huns who had settled in Transylvania in the fifth century. Hoping to study the claim and to find the place of origin of the Székelys and the Magyars by studying language kinship, he set off to Asia in 1820 and spent his lifetime studying the Tibetan language and Buddhist philosophy. Csoma de Kőrös is considered as the founder of Tibetology. He was said to have been able to read in seventeen languages. He died in Darjeeling while attempting to make a trip to Lhasa in 1842 and a memorial was erected in his honour by the Asiatic Society of Bengal.

Wikipedia: Sándor Kőrösi Csoma (EN)

11. Margaret Island Water Tower

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The Margaret Island Water Tower stands in the central part of Margaret Island in Budapest, next to the Margaret Island Open-Air Stage. Inside the monumental water tower, renovated in 2013, visual art exhibitions are located. The surroundings of the Margaret Island water tower are not developed. Walking up the Art Nouveau circular staircase, arriving at the eight-balcony observation hall, visitors can enjoy the panoramic view of Buda and Pest, as well as the bridges spanning the Danube. The tower, splendid in its original glory, occupies a worthy place among the natural and built heritage of Margaret Island as a Budapest attraction. Together with its programs, the Open Space Theatre, which operates open-air stages on Margaret Island and Városmajor, is part of a touristically outstanding cultural attraction. The country's largest water tower, the Margaret Island Water Tower built in 1911, is a real tourist attraction, from which you can see Budapest's 360-degree panorama, the buildings and sights of the capital and the silhouette of the Buda hills offer an unparalleled experience.

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12. Dr. Kőrősy József

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Dr. Kőrősy József

József Kőrösy Szántó is a statistician, hygienist, full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He was one of the most influential Hungarian statisticians of the second half of the 19th century, and his theoretical and methodological innovations and the index calculation methods he introduced gave him international fame. As a practical statistician, he dealt with Budapest's demography, economic and social conditions, and did a lot for the development of the public health situation of the capital. From 1870 until his death he was the first director of the Budapest Statistical Office, which later became a member institution of the Central Statistical Office. He changed his birth name to József Kőrösi in 1869 and to József Kőrösy in 1875, but used a mixture of these two variants during his lifetime. After obtaining the title of nobility in 1896, he took the noble title of Szántó in 1897. Kornél Kőrösy (1879–1948) physician, physiologist, geneticist father, grandfather of Ferenc Kőrösy (1906–1997), chemical engineer.

Wikipedia: Kőrösy József (HU)

13. CAMPONA castrum

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Campona is a Roman fortress located south of Aquincum; member of the chain of fortresses Exercitus Pannoniae. It stood on the banks of the Danube, which was presumably joined by a port. In connection with the Sarmatian wars following the death of Emperor Trajan, it was built as a palisade castle at the beginning of the 2nd century and was only rebuilt into a stone fortress at the end of the century. Its establishment may have served the greater protection of Aquincum. During its existence, it burned down several times; His reconstructions almost always meant reconstruction. This is also what gives it significance: its layout traces the development of Roman fortress construction from the 2nd century to the 4th century. Its ruins were visible for a long time: today only the stumps of a few sections of the wall can be seen on the surface. The camp was located in the centre of Nagytétény, behind the Castle Museum.

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14. Muzsikus cigányok parkja

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The Gypsy Music Park is located in district VIII of Budapest. It was inaugurated in October 2013. Previously, there was an anonymous public space at the intersection of Baross Street and Szigony Street. Originally, the reliefs of eight famous musicians of gypsy origin were placed in the small square on four limestone columns of isosceles triangular with an edge length of 240 cm and 50 cm edge, by 2017 this was expanded to twelve: Sándor Járóka (1922–1984), Sándor Járóka Jr. (1953–2007), Ernő Bobe Gáspár (1924–1993), László Berki (1941–1997), Jenő Pertis (1903–1971), Sándor Lakatos (1924–1994), Portraits of Gábor József Kozák (1910–1978), György Cziffra (1921–1994), Lajos Kathy-Horváth Sr. (1924–1980), Béla Berki (1948–2013), Lajos Boros (1925–2014) and Sándor Buffó Rigó (1949–2014).

Wikipedia: Muzsikus cigányok parkja (HU)

15. Beethoven

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Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer and pianist. He is one of the most revered figures in the history of Western music; his works rank among the most performed of the classical music repertoire and span the transition from the Classical period to the Romantic era in classical music. Beethoven's career has conventionally been divided into early, middle, and late periods. His early period, during which he forged his craft, is typically considered to have lasted until 1802. From 1802 to around 1812, his middle period showed an individual development from the styles of Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and is sometimes characterized as heroic. During this time, he began to grow increasingly deaf. In his late period, from 1812 to 1827, he extended his innovations in musical form and expression.

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16. Elisabeth lookout

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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.

Wikipedia: Elizabeth Lookout (EN)

17. ELTE Fűvészkert

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ELTE Fűvészkert

The Botanical Garden in Budapest is Hungary first botanical garden, which has been operating since 2006 as a special educational unit of Eötvös Loránd University in district VIII of Budapest, at 25 Illés Street in Józsefváros. The botanical garden, founded in 1771 in Nagyszombat to help the training of medical science and medical students, has been located in its current location since 1847, after several moves. The fact that in Ferenc Molnár's well-known novel, The Boys of Pál Street, the old palm house of the botanical garden provided a hiding place for Ernő Nemecsek and his friends significantly contributed to his notoriety. The name "Botanical Garden", which has been an official name since 2008, has been preserved and spread in the public consciousness thanks to this novel.

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18. Franciscan church

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The former Franciscan monastery IV. It was founded by Béla on the island of rabbits, probably the Dominican monastery founded for his daughter St. Margaret at the same time as the construction of the royal house. The monastery is still visible today, with the remaining ruins of the Gothic temple facade, the remains of one sidewall, the monastery cemetery and the cemetery chapel. The remaining of the ruins was helped by the fact that most of the ruins of the monastery were built into the palatine villa built in 1796, which was later converted into a palatine hotel. The remains of the hotel were demolished after 1945. The result of the minor archaeological excavations initiated at that time was that some new details of the monastery had been revealed.

Wikipedia: Ferences kolostor (Margit-sziget) (HU), Website

19. Szent Vér kápolna

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Szent Vér kápolna

The building complex and the ancient park belonging to it are located in the Budapest III. district of Kiscell Castle and Park Forest, between the districts of Óbuda and Remethegy, behind Szent Margaret Hospital and Óbuda University. The church and Trinitarian monastery, built in the 18th century in Baroque style, were used by the army in the 19th century. In 1910, furniture manufacturer Miksa Schmidt bought the building complex and had it converted into a castle (Schmidt Castle). Nowadays the Budapest History Museum – Kiscell Museum houses exhibitions on urban history and fine art. A hiking trail leads through the forest park, where you can find the Calvary and Golgotha statue group of Kiscell, as well as the Chapel of the Holy Blood.

Wikipedia: Kiscelli kastély és parkerdő (HU), Website, Url, Url Miserend

20. Búvár és a kulcs

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Búvár és a kulcs Attila Terbócs / CC BY 2.5

The four-storey, historicist-style palace built in 1894 in the Budapest VII district of the New York Palace, at 9-11 Erzsébet körút, is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard. Originally built as an insurance company headquarters including rental apartments, after 1945 it functioned as an office building. It has been a luxury hotel since 2006 and Anantara New York Palace Budapest Hotel since 2020. The New York Café on the ground floor, which is the same age as the building, is of cultural historical significance, and entered Hungarian cultural history through its literary and artistic table societies and café editorial offices established in the first third of the 20th century.

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21. D-odú

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The common starling, also known as the European starling in North America and simply as the starling in Great Britain and Ireland, is a medium-sized passerine bird in the starling family, Sturnidae. It is about 20 cm (8 in) long and has glossy black plumage with a metallic sheen, which is speckled with white at some times of year. The legs are pink and the bill is black in winter and yellow in summer; young birds have browner plumage than the adults. It is a noisy bird, especially in communal roosts and other gregarious situations, with an unmusical but varied song. Its gift for mimicry has been noted in literature including the Mabinogion and the works of Pliny the Elder and William Shakespeare.

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22. Vajk - István

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Vajk - István

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.

Wikipedia: Stephen I of Hungary (EN), Website

23. Lengyel Múzeum

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The Polish Museum is a minority institution established by the National Self-Government of Polish Minorities in 1998 in Budapest, Kőbánya. As the only one in the world, his main field of research is the thousand-year-old Hungarian-Polish historical relations and the history of Poles in Hungary. Its collection is constantly expanding, for which the Hungarian and Polish states provide the greatest support. The special mutual sympathy between the two peoples, which cannot be seen anywhere else, is presented by modern visual means and in a traditional way, supported by historical facts. It has two filiales in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county: Ládbesenyő-Andrástanya and Derenk ruined village.

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24. Ambrus Zoltán

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Ambrus Zoltán

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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25. Assisi Szent Ferenc templom

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26. 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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27. Mindszenty József

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Mindszenty József Mieremet, Rob / Anefo / CC BY-SA 3.0 nl

József Mindszenty was a Hungarian cardinal of the Catholic Church who served as Archbishop of Esztergom and leader of the Catholic Church in Hungary from 1945 to 1973. According to the 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.

Wikipedia: József Mindszenty (EN), Website

28. IV. Károly király

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IV. Károly király

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 when 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, was beatified by Pope John Paul II on 3 October 2004, and is known to the Catholic Church as Blessed Karl of Austria.

Wikipedia: Charles I of Austria (EN), Website

29. Baross Gábor

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Baross Gábor

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, where he apparently gained a nickname "Slovak blackman", due to his darker tanned complexity. 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.

Wikipedia: Gábor Baross (EN), Website

30. Bessenyei Ferenc

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Ferenc Bessenyei was a Hungarian actor and singer. He began his career in the choir at National Theatre of Szeged in 1940 and became one of Hungary's most respected stage performers. As singer he appeared in My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the Roof and Zorba the Greek. He was a tall man with a deep, powerful voice. He was elected to the Revolutionary Council of the Hungarian Intelligentsia in the 1956 revolt and was not allowed to perform for two years. He was awarded the "Actor of Nation" in 2000. He appeared in 75 films between 1960 and 2001. His second wife was Hédi Váradi actress.

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31. Magyar Szentföld templom

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The Hungarian Holy Land Church was a never-finished church, designed partly in Bauhaus and partly in Byzantine style by Farkas Molnár, at the initiative of Franciscan Father János Mór Majsai, and built between 1940 and 1949 as an investment of the Franciscan monastic order. Not much would have been needed to complete it, but the works were stopped in 1949, and the already completed parts of the roof structure were also demolished. Today, the monumental building stands as a stump, was used as an archive for decades, and since 2013 it has again been owned by the Franciscans.

Wikipedia: Magyar Szentföld-templom (HU), Website

32. Bethlen Téri Színház

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Bethlen Téri Színház

The Bethlen Square Theatre has been operating as an inclusive and production theatre since January 2012. The mission of the theatre is to be a prominent inclusive theatre institution of domestic and occasionally international contemporary performing arts in Budapest, keeping in mind the interests and needs of Erzsébetváros and its immediate surroundings, Outer Erzsébetváros. Its aim is to saturate the place with new life, involving young artists active in the fields of creative art, without restrictions on genres.

Wikipedia: Bethlen Téri Színház (HU), Website

33. Contra-Aquincum (római erőd romjai)

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Contra-Aquincum is a Roman fortress, an important station of the Pannonian limes. It was built at the beginning of the 2nd century and rebuilt from its foundations at the end of the 3rd century. Its significance was given by its unusually thick walls, control of the eraviscus "capital", as well as the supervision of an ancient trade crossing. The ancient name of Contra-Aquincum is probably Pession (Πέσσιον). Its remains can be found in Budapest V. district, on March 15th Square, not far from Elisabeth Bridge.

Wikipedia: Contra-Aquincum (HU)

34. Goldberger Textilipari Gyűjtemény

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Goldberger Textilipari Gyűjtemény

The Goldberger Textile Collection was established on the site of the former Museum of Textile and Textile Apparel Industrial History. The Textile Museum was an institution preserving the material and intellectual memories of the Hungarian textile and clothing industry in Óbuda, district III of Budapest, which was an important site in the development of the domestic textile industry. The museum in its original form no longer exists, it is replaced by the Óbuda Museum – Goldberger Textile Collection.

Wikipedia: Textil- és Textilruházati Ipartörténeti Múzeum (HU), Website, Facebook

35. Törley-kastély

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The Törley Castle is located in Budapest XXII. district (Budafok), built between 1890 and 1904 by József Törley, the famous Hungarian champagne manufacturer. The first plans were made by Lajos Rezső Ray in the 1890s, who worked as Törley's house architect at that time. After the death of his father, the building was completed by the son of Rezső Vilmos Ray Jr., who recently graduated in architecture. In the vicinity of the castle is the castle of Irén Sacelláry, wife of Törley.

Wikipedia: Törley-kastély (Budapest) (HU)

36. Boldog Meszlényi Zoltán Plébániatemplom

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St. Adalbert Parish of Lágymányos is one of the Catholic parishes of Budapest XI. district. Its first emergency chapel was established in 1931 in one of the buildings on Fehérvári út, the foundation stone of its new church was laid in 2013, a little further from the original site, roughly opposite it; His dedication took place on October 31, 2014. It is interesting that, contrary to its name, the old and new churches are not located in Lágymányos, but in the area of Kelenföld.

Wikipedia: Lágymányosi Szent Adalbert-plébánia (HU), Url Miserend, Website

37. Municipal Grand Circus

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Municipal Grand Circus 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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38. Jókai Mór

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Jókai Mór

Móricz Jókay of Ásva, known as Mór Jókai, was a Hungarian novelist, dramatist and revolutionary. Outside of Hungary, he was also known as Maurice Jókai or Maurus Jokai or Mauritius Jókai. He was a leader of the outbreak of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 in Pest. His romantic novels became widely popular among the elite of Victorian England, where he was often compared to Charles Dickens by the press. One of his most famous admirers was Queen Victoria herself.

Wikipedia: Mór Jókai (EN)

39. Gaál Imre Galéria

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Gaál Imre Galéria

The Gaál Imre Gallery is an independent building of the Pesterzsébet Museum at Budapest XX. Kossuth Lajos u. 39., in the pedestrian street of Pesterzsébet. It was renovated in 1989; Since then, the museum's gallery, the Gaál Imre Gallery has been operating here. The Gallery houses the museum's fine art collection of nearly 700 pieces, including 120 graphics by Imre Gaál, paintings and pen drawings by Menyhért Tóth, István Pál Nolipa and Ágoston Muszély.

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40. Nepomuki Szent János-oszlop

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Nepomuki Szent János-oszlop

John of Nepomuk was the saint of Bohemia who was drowned in the Vltava river at the behest of King Wenceslaus IV of Bohemia. Later accounts state that he was the confessor of the queen of Bohemia and refused to divulge the secrets of the confessional. On the basis of this account, John of Nepomuk is considered the first martyr of the Seal of the Confessional, a patron against calumnies and, because of the manner of his death, a protector from floods and drowning.

Wikipedia: John of Nepomuk (EN)

41. Mekk Elek goat

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Mekk Elek goat Pannónia Filmstúdió / filmkocka

Elek MEKK, a handyman from 1974 to 1975, was a Hungarian television puppet series made by the Pannonia Film Studio in 1973. The director of the feature film series is István Imre, producers: Sándor Gyöpös and Jánosné Komlós. The screenplay was written by József Romiklagi, the figures and scenery were designed by Iván Koós, and his music was obtained by György Ránki. In Hungary, Hungarian Television, MTV1, MTV2, Duna TV and Duna World showed it.

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42. Monastery of St Lawrence at Buda

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The Monastery of St Lawrence at Buda, also known as the Pauline Monastery of Budaszentlőrinc, is a former monastery belonging to the Pauline Order. Destroyed by the Ottomans, the remains of the monastery grounds are in an area called Szépjuhászné which is in the saddle between Hárshegy and János Hill in the 2nd district of Budapest. It is where the Pauline Order founded their first friary. Today, only the foundation walls of the monastery remain.

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43. Kis-Sváb-hegy

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The Small Swabian Hill, formerly known as Martinovics Hill, is an elevated hill in the Buda Hills, in the XII district of Budapest, in the block of János Hill, as one of its forehills extending towards the northeast. Its side is densely built up from all directions, only on the nearly one hectare area around the summit the original wildlife has been preserved more or less undisturbed, this part of the mountain is protected by nature protection.

Wikipedia: Kis-Sváb-hegy (HU)

44. Katona József színház

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Katona József színház Katona József Színház / engedélyezett logó

The Katona József Theatre has been operating as a theatre with its own company in Petőfi Sándor Street since the autumn of 1982. In a short time, it became Budapest decisive, artistic theater. Even after three decades, he continues to entertain his audience with demanding, internationally renowned productions. The company performed abroad for the first time in 1985, and since then it has visited forty countries in five parts of the world.

Wikipedia: Katona József Színház (Budapest) (HU)

45. Király Thermal Bath

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Király Thermal Bath

Király Bath or Király fürdő was a thermal bath that was built in Hungary between 1566-1572, during the time of Ottoman rule. It was commissioned by Sokollu Mustafa Pasha who was the longest-serving governor general (1566-1578) of the Ottoman province of Budin and who built similar baths at Rudas, Rác and Veli bej which are also operational in Budapest. The bath and its neighborhood then became part of the consolidated city of Budapest.

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46. Remete-hegyi-kőfülke

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The Hermit Hill Stone Cabin is a cave located in the Hermit Gorge in the Danube-Ipoly National Park. Hungary is among its specially protected caves. Upper Pleistocene paleontological and medieval archaeological finds have been unearthed from it. Its entrance can be seen from afar and is therefore one of the hallmarks of the Hermit Gorge. It is one of the most remotely noticeable caves in the Buda Hills, the other is the Gellért Hill Cave.

Wikipedia: Remete-hegyi-kőfülke (HU), Website

47. Karinthy Színház

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Karinthy Színház Major Attila / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Karinthy Theater was founded in 1982, called the Hököm Stage as a theatrical cooperative. His pioneering activity, Buda as the only constantly playing theatrical theater with a permanent playground, is one of the examples of the theatrical structure, which now becomes a special theatrical workshop of both profession and criticism and audience. The establishment was established in the XI. district council made it possible.

Wikipedia: Karinthy Színház (HU), Website, Facebook

48. Kármán Tódor

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Kármán Tódor

Theodore von Kármán, was a Hungarian-American mathematician, aerospace engineer, and physicist who worked in aeronautics and astronautics. He was responsible for crucial advances in aerodynamics characterizing supersonic and hypersonic airflow. The human-defined threshold of outer space is named the "Kármán line" in recognition of his work. Kármán is regarded as an outstanding aerodynamic theoretician of the 20th century.

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49. Nemzeti Táncszínház

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The National Dance Theater was founded by the Ministry of National Cultural Heritage in 2001 as a legal successor to the 20-year dance forum. Since December 1, 2001, the Budapest Theater has become the home of Hungarian dance art, the repertoire of which covers the entire spectrum of professional Hungarian dance art from folklór to classical ballet, from contemporary dance theater to street break dance, from large bands.

Wikipedia: Nemzeti Táncszínház (HU), Website

50. Rockenbauer Pál

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Rockenbauer Pál MTV / filmkocka

Pál Rockenbauer [pronounced rɔkⁿbær] is a hiker, world traveler, television editor, one of the creators of Hungarian television nature filmmaking. Most of them are known for his cross-country blue tour films, One and a Half Million Steps in Hungary, which has been screened several times on TV, and ... and He is known for his series A Million More Steps. His son is art historian and politician Zoltán Rockenbauer.

Wikipedia: Rockenbauer Pál (HU)

51. Budapest Cog-wheel Railway

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The Budapest Cog-wheel Railway is a rack railway in the Buda part of the Hungarian capital city of Budapest. It connects a lower terminus at Városmajor, two tram stops away from the Széll Kálmán tér transport interchange, with an upper terminus at Széchenyihegy. The line is integrated into the city's public transport system as tram line number 60, is 3.7 kilometres (2.3 mi) in length, and was opened in 1874.

Wikipedia: Budapest Cog-wheel Railway (EN), Website

52. Sas-hegyi Látogatóközpont

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Sas-hegyi Látogatóközpont

The Eagle Hill Nature Reserve of Buda is a 30-hectare nature reserve of national importance located in Budapest, on Eagle Hill, within the area of operation of the Danube-Ipoly National Park. It is home to many protected and highly protected animal and plant species, 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.

Wikipedia: Budai Sas-hegy Természetvédelmi Terület (HU), Website, Facebook

53. Szent-Györgyi Albert

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Szent-Györgyi Albert

Albert Imre 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 many of the components and reactions of the citric acid cycle and the molecular basis of muscle contraction. He was also active in the Hungarian Resistance during World War II, and entered Hungarian politics after the war.

Wikipedia: Albert Szent-Györgyi (EN), Website

54. Erdős Renée-ház Muzeális Gyűjtemény és Kiállítóterem

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The Renée Erdős House is one of the most beautiful buildings in Rákosmente, it is protected by the capital. A bas-relief above its entrance announces that it was erected in 1895, with the help of the Virgin Mary and the Knight St. George. In 1927 it was bought by Renée Erdős, a famous writer of the time, who lived here until 1944. Since 1990 the villa has housed a local history collection and gallery.

Wikipedia: Erdős Renée Ház (HU), Website

55. Emlékezet temploma

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The Reformed Church on Nagyvárad Square, also known as the Church of Remembrance, is the church of the Reformed Church on Nagyvárad Square in Budapest, district VIII of the capital. Contrary to its name, the Calvinist church built between 1930 and 1935 is not located on Nagyvárad Square, but on Üllői Road, on the edge of the Officials' Colony, a few hundred meters outwards from Nagyvárad Square.

Wikipedia: Nagyvárad téri református templom (HU)

56. Kaán Károly-kilátó

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The Kaán Károly lookout tower is a lookout tower in the Buda Hills, in the territory of Budapest, in the second district of the capital, on the 454 m high peak of Nagy-Hárs Hill. From the top floor of the multi-storey lookout point there is a full panorama, from here Budapest and a significant part of the Buda Hills can be seen. Northeast of the lookout tower is the entrance to the Bator's Cave.

Wikipedia: Kaán Károly-kilátó (HU)

57. Mátyás-hegy

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Matthias Hill is one of the heights of the Buda Hills in Budapest inner area, more specifically in the block of the Triple Border Hill, one of the southern forerunners of the 495-meter-high main peak. Its highest point, which reaches a height of 301 meters, is located in district III, in the area of the district called Óbuda hills, and is the namesake of the separate Mátyáshegy district.

Wikipedia: Mátyás-hegy (HU)

58. The Fourteen Carat Car

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The Fourteen Carat Car

The fourteen-carat car is a humorous novel by Jenő Hidő, published in 1940. Based on the book, György Magos made an audiobook in 2006 performed by Péter Rudolf, which was published by Kossuth Publishing House. In addition, Pál Korcsmáros – like several of Hidő's other famous novels – adapted them into comics. In 2019, it was also published as a publication of POKET Pocketbooks.

Wikipedia: A tizennégy karátos autó (HU), Url, Facebook, Website

59. Gellért Hill Cave

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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.

Wikipedia: Gellért Hill Cave (EN), Website, Url Miserend

60. Festetics palota

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Andrássy University Budapest (AUB) is a private university in Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Andrássy University Budapest was founded in 2001 and is the only completely German-language university outside the German-speaking countries. As a European university in Hungary, it is supported by five partner states and also by Switzerland and the autonomous region of Trentino-South Tyrol.

Wikipedia: Andrássy University Budapest (EN), Website

61. Pál-völgyi cave

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The Pál-Valley Cave System is the longest cave in Hungary. One of Hungary's highly protected caves. One part, a cave of the Pál-Valley Cave in Budapest for tourism purposes. The surface defense area of the cave, approximately 4.7 hectares, is in the management of the Danube -Ipoly National Park as a protected nature reserve of national importance. The length for tourists is 500 meters.

Wikipedia: Pál-völgyi-barlangrendszer (HU), Website, Facebook

62. Károlyi kert

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The Károlyi Garden public park in Budapest V district. The oldest garden in the city of Downtown and the palace garden in Hungary are best documented. The garden is bounded by the Ferenczy István street, from the east by the Hungarian street, from the south by the Henslmann Imre street, from the west by the Károlyi Palace. Its area has been 7625 m² since the end of the 17th century.

Wikipedia: Károlyi-kert (HU)

63. Belvárosi Szent Anna-plébániatemplom

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The Church of St Anna in Central City, also known as the Servita church in Budapest, is located in the Central City, in the Servita Square. Until the end of World War II, it was in the management of the organic order, and today it belongs to the Main Pébáni of the Central Majesty of the Grand Majesty of Central. The church is a monument classified in category I under Act LIV of 1997.

Wikipedia: Belvárosi Szent Anna-plébániatemplom (HU), Url Miserend

64. TIT Budapesti Planetárium

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The KIC Budapest Planetarium is a planetarium in Népliget, operated by the Society for the Dissemination of Scientific Information (KIC). The purpose of the planetarium was to disseminate scientific information and create a bridge between astronomy and the general public. Until 2010, the Laser Theatre, known for its laser show performances, operated in the building of the Planetarium.

Wikipedia: TIT Budapesti Planetárium (HU)

65. Pozsonyi-hegy

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Pozsonyi-hegy FOTO:Fortepan — ID 18894: Adományozó/Donor: Drimbe József. archivált másolat at the Wayback Machine / CC BY-SA 3.0

Bratislava Hill is an elevated hill in the Buda Hills, near the northernmost point of Budapest's XII. district. It is part of the block of Mount John, its northern nose. It rarely becomes an independent excursion destination, but most hiking trails that approach the summit of Mount John from the north pass through the mountain, often in close proximity to the 407-metre-high peak.

Wikipedia: Pozsonyi-hegy (HU), Url

66. Tabáni Alexandriai Szent Katalin plébániatemplom

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The St. Catherine of Alexandria Church is a Roman Catholic church in the Tabán quarter of Budapest, Hungary. It is the parish church of the Tabán Parish which also comprises parts of Gellért Hill and Naphegy. The church is a listed monument that was built in Central European Baroque style between 1728 and 1777. It was reconstructed several times in the 19th–20th centuries.

Wikipedia: St. Catherine of Alexandria Church, Budapest (EN), Url Miserend

67. Underground Railway Museum

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The Underground Railway Museum, also known as the Millennium Underground Museum, is a museum located under Deák Ferenc square in the centre of the Hungarian capital city of Budapest. It is accessible from the pedestrian subway system that links the square to Deák Ferenc tér metro station and is housed in a tunnel that once carried the tracks of line M1 of the Budapest Metro.

Wikipedia: Underground Railway Museum (Budapest) (EN), Website, Facebook

68. Guckler Károly-kilátópont

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The Guckler Károly lookout tower stands in the Buda Hills, on the border of districts II and III of Budapest, on the 495-meter-high peak of Triple-border Hill. The tourist facility was built in 2015-2016 in the investment of Pilisi Parkerdő Zrt., according to the plans of Ybl prize-winning architect József Koller. Its official handover took place on July 14, 2016.

Wikipedia: Guckler Károly-kilátó (HU), Website, Url

69. Föld

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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.

Wikipedia: People's Park (Budapest) (EN)

70. 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 Lutheran Church on Deák Square is Budapest oldest and best-known Lutheran church, a classicist-style hall church without a tower on Deák Ferenc Square in Budapest. The largest Protestant church in Budapest. Many other Lutheran institutions operate in the block formed together with the adjoining buildings, which is why the area is often called Insula Lutherana.

Wikipedia: Deák téri evangélikus templom (Budapest) (HU)

71. Lutheran Church of Budavár

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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.

Wikipedia: Lutheran Church of Budavár (EN), Website

72. Lechner Ödön

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Lechner Ödön

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.

Wikipedia: Ödön Lechner (EN)

73. National Theatre

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The National Theatre, located in Budapest originally opened in 1837. Since then, it has occupied several locations, including the original building at Kerepesi Street, the People's Theatre at Blaha Lujza Square, as well as Hevesi Sándor Square, its longest temporary location. It currently occupies the National Theatre building, which opened March 15, 2002.

Wikipedia: National Theatre (Budapest) (EN), Website

74. Hármashatár-hegy

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Three Border Mountain is the name of a mountain in the city of Budapest, Hungary. Its name comes from the fact that the borders of three cities met at this point in the 19th century. Today, these cities have merged into Budapest, but the mountain's name has remained unchanged. The border between the 2nd district and 3rd district still bisects the mountain.

Wikipedia: Three Border Mountain (EN)

75. Ady Endre

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Ady Endre

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.

Wikipedia: Endre Ady (EN), Website

76. Golden Eagle Pharmacy Museum

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The Golden Eagle Pharmacy was the first pharmacy in Buda, after the expulsion of the Turks, it was founded in 1687 in today's house No. 1-2 Ornamental Square by Ferenc Ignác Bösinger. Between 1687 and 1696 the pharmacy moved to 6 Ornamental Square. Bösinger also opened a branch pharmacy in Watertown, which later became known as the Black Bear Pharmacy.

Wikipedia: Arany Sas Patikamúzeum (HU), Website, Facebook

77. Kisboldogasszony Bazilika Plébánia

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The Basilica of Our Lady of Mary's Hermit, parish and pilgrimage site in Budapest II. district, on Mary's Way. Since 1993 it belongs to the Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest, the current archbishop of the archdiocese is dr. Cardinal Péter Erdő, primate and archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest. The current parish priest of the church is László Esterházy.

Wikipedia: Kisboldogasszony-templom (Máriaremete) (HU), Url Miserend

78. Premonstratensian Church St.Michael

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The Premonstratensian convent on Margaret Island is a monastery founded in the 13th century on Margaret Island in Budapest. The chapel that stands on its site today, rebuilt in the first third of the 20th century, is one of the island's most significant works of art, which is Budapest oldest Romanesque monument that can be seen in its original form.

Wikipedia: Premontrei konvent (Margit-sziget) (HU), Url Miserend

79. Kertvárosi kilátó

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The Reformers Square 12,000 square meters of memorial and leisure park Budapest XVI. district, which has a 17-meter-high lookout tower, a cafe and a playground in the former municipal pebble and sand mine- a play and a community space. The eastern upper area and the sculpture composition on it were opened on October 29, 2017, on October 11, 2019.

Wikipedia: Reformátorok tere (HU), Url

80. Kiscelli Múzeum

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Kiscelli Múzeum

BTM Kiscell Museum – Budapest Gallery, abbreviated as Kiscell Museum is a cultural institution founded and maintained by the capital in Budapest III. district. The museum building houses the two member institutions of the Budapest History Museum, which are separate in terms of organization and collection, but operate side by side and exhibit.

Wikipedia: Kiscelli Múzeum (HU), Website

81. Magyar Autóklub

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The Hungarian Automobile Club Service Center is an office building in Budapest, in Budapest IV. district, owned by the Hungarian Automobile Club (MAK) and functioning as its national headquarters and headquarters. Its unique shape, forming the Latin letter "a", refers to the initials of the words Automobile Club and, more broadly, automobile.

Wikipedia: Magyar Autóklub Szolgáltató Központ (HU)

82. Szemlő-hegyi-barlang

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The Szemlő-hegyi Cave is one of Budapest caves built for tourist purposes. The specially protected cave is part of the Danube-Ipoly National Park Directorate. The surface protection zone of the cave is a nature reserve of national importance protected by individual legislation under the name of Szemlő-hegyi Cave Surface Protection Area.

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83. Fasori evangélikus templom

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The Lutheran Church of Fasor stands in district VII of Budapest, on the corner of Városligeti fasor and Bajza street. The most ornate Protestant church of the capital, after the Lutheran church on Deák Square, is the second largest Lutheran church in Budapest. It forms one block with the building of the Lutheran High School in Fasor.

Wikipedia: Fasori evangélikus templom (HU)

84. Batthyány's sanctuary lamp

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Batthyány's sanctuary lamp 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.

Wikipedia: Batthyány's sanctuary lamp (EN)

85. Bem apó

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Bem apó

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.

Wikipedia: Józef Bem (EN), Website, Url

86. 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.

Wikipedia: Zoltán Lajos Bay (EN), Website

87. Monument of András Hadik von Fudak

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Monument of András Hadik von Fudak

Count András Hadik de Futak was a Hungarian nobleman of Slovak origin and Field Marshal of the Imperial 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.

Wikipedia: András Hadik (EN), Website

88. Belvárosi Ferences templom

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The St. Peter Church of Alcantra in Budapest, often just a downtown Franciscan church, is a church of the Franciscans in downtown Pest, on Ferenciek Square. Roman Catholic, protected as a monument Franciscan church. Its patron saint is St. Peter of Alcantara. Parish church, next to it stands a Franciscan monastery.

Wikipedia: Alcantarai Szent Péter-templom (Budapest) (HU), Url Miserend

89. Református templom

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The Reformed Church of Obuda is the 3rd district of Budapest, the special building in the 4th district of Kálvin, the oldest Calvinist prayer house in Budapest. The church of the Copf style, dedicated to the ruins of the Royal castle of Obuda on 27 August 1786, belongs to the Reformed Church of Budapest-Óbuda.

Wikipedia: Óbudai református templom (HU)

90. 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.

Wikipedia: Bathory Cave (EN), Website

91. Rátz László

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Rátz László

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.

Wikipedia: László Rátz (EN)

92. Mátyás tér

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Mátyás tér Elisabeth Rull / CC BY-SA 3.0

Matthias Square is located in the VIII district of Budapest, in the Magdalene Quarter. From the square you can directly reach Bauer Sándor, Szerdahely, Dankó, Koszorú, Springfield, József and Nagytruckos streets. In the 2010s, the square was surrounded and tidy as a park, playground and pedestrian zone.

Wikipedia: Mátyás tér (HU)

93. Gesztenyés kert

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The Chestnut Garden is a public park of approximately 35,000 square meters in the German Valley, in the XII district of Budapest, not far from its easternmost streets. It is one of the most popular recreational parks for the inhabitants of the Hungarian capital, and often serves as a venue for events.

Wikipedia: Gesztenyés-kert (HU)

94. József Attila

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József Attila

Attila József was one of the most famous Hungarian poets of the 20th century. Generally not recognized during his lifetime, József was hailed during the communist era of the 1950s as Hungary's great "proletarian poet" and he has become the best known of the modern Hungarian poets internationally.

Wikipedia: Attila József (EN)

95. Albert Kázmér Ágost

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Albert Kázmér Ágost

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.

Wikipedia: Albert Casimir, Duke of Teschen (EN)

96. AQUINCUM CASTRUM

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Aquincum was an ancient city, situated on the northeastern borders of the province of Pannonia within the Roman Empire. The ruins of the city can be found today in Budapest, the capital city of Hungary. It is believed that Marcus Aurelius wrote at least part of his book Meditations at Aquincum.

Wikipedia: Aquincum (EN), Url, Url Limes_pannonia

97. Klauzál tér

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The Klauzál tér was the largest square in the former Jewish quarter of Budapest, Hungary. Located in the seventh district, it was the heart of the city's old Jewish quarter. Nowadays, this area is also known as the party district in Hungarian bulinegyed, because of its many pubs nearby.

Wikipedia: Klauzál tér (Budapest) (EN)

98. Dominican convent

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The Dominican nunnery on Margaret Island was founded by King Alexander IV. It was founded by Bela in honor of the Virgin Mary. The Convent of Our Lady of Rabbits Island was the most important institution, the most significant and richest monastic building on the island in the Middle Ages.

Wikipedia: Domonkos kolostor (Margit-sziget) (HU), Url

99. Felső-Kecske-hegy

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It is located in the II and III districts of the Upper Goat Hill Budapest, it is part of the Buda Hills, within it belongs to the block of the Triple Border Hill, namely the Goat Hills, of which it is the highest mountain. Not much lower than him are Lower Goat Mountain and Goat Mountain.

Wikipedia: Felső-Kecske-hegy (HU)

100. Budapest History Museum

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Budapest History Museum

The Budapest History Museum is one of the most important museums in Budapest, collecting documents and material memories of the history of the capital. A municipal institution, but officially classified as a national museum. Its headquarters in Budapest is under I., Szent György tér 2.

Wikipedia: Budapesti Történeti Múzeum (HU), Website, Facebook

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