100 Sights in Budapest, Hungary (with Map and Images)
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1. Liberty StatueBook Free Tour*
The Liberty Statue or Freedom Statue is a monument on the Gellért Hill in Budapest, Hungary. It commemorates those who sacrificed their lives for the independence, freedom, and prosperity of Hungary.
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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.
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.
4. Little Princess
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.
5. Great Market Hall
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.
6. Gellért Hill
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.
7. Budapest History Museum
The Budapest History Museum is one of Budapest most important museums, collecting documents and artifacts from the history of the capital. It is a municipal institution, but according to its official classification it is a national museum. Its headquarters are located in Budapest at I., Szent György tér 2.
Wikipedia: Budapesti Történeti Múzeum (HU), Website, Facebook
8. 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.
9. Margaret Island Water Tower
The Margaret Island Water Tower stands in the central part of Margaret Island in Budapest, next to the Margaret Island Open Air Stage. The surroundings of the Margaret Island water tower are not well developed. Passing the Art Nouveau circular staircase, arriving at the eight-balcony observation deck, visitors can see the circular panorama of Buda and Pest, as well as the bridges across the Danube. The water tower on Margaret Island, which is in its original light, occupies a worthy place among the natural and built heritage of Margaret Island as a Budapest attraction. The structure, together with the programs of the Free Square Theatre, is part of a cultural attraction that is also outstanding from a touristic point of view. The largest water tower in the country, the Margaret Island water tower, built in 1911, is a real tourist attraction, from which you can see Budapest its 360-degree circular panorama, the buildings, sights of the capital and the view of the silhouette of the Buda hills offer an unparalleled experience.
10. CAMPONA castrum
Campona is a Roman fort, located south of Aquincum; member of the chain of forts of Exercitus Pannoniae. It stood on the banks of the Danube, presumably joined by a port. In connection with the Sarmatian wars that followed the death of emperor Trajan, it was built as a palisade castle at the beginning of the 2nd century, and only at the end of the century was it rebuilt into a stone fortress. Its establishment may have served to better protect Aquincum. It burned down several times during its existence; His rebuilds were also almost always a rebuilding. This also gives it its significance: on its floor plan we can trace the development of Roman fortification from the 2nd century to the 4th century. Its ruins were visible for a long time: today only a couple of sections of wall are visible on the surface. The camp was located in the center of Nagytétény, behind the Castle Museum.
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11. Angyal reliefek
The Parish Church of the Heart of Jesus in Városmajor is a multi-element building complex in the XII district of the capital, on the outskirts of Városmajor Csaba Street. It consists of the bell tower, the large church and the small church – built in 1923 – which function as a community house, each connected by a series of arcades with a semicircular reinforced concrete structure. The building complex, built in several stages, together with other works of art associated with architectural elements, is an outstanding work of 20th-century Hungarian ecclesiastical art, and has rightly been declared a monument. The church of Városmajor is generally understood to be the great church, and this article deals primarily with that. The small church is presented in the article Heart of Jesus Small Church in Városmajor.
Wikipedia: Városmajori Jézus szíve plébániatemplom (HU), Website, Url
12. Franciscan church
The former Franciscan monastery was built by Henry IV. It was founded by Béla on the island of Rabbits, presumably at the same time as the construction of the Dominican monastery and the royal house founded for his daughter St. Margaret. The monastery can still be seen today, its remaining ruins are the Gothic church façade, the remains of one of the side walls, the monastic cemetery and the cemetery chapel. The preservation of the ruins was helped by the fact that most of the ruins of the monastery were incorporated into the Palatine villa, built in 1796, which was later converted into a Palatine hostel. The remains of the hostel were demolished after 1945. The result of the minor archaeological excavations initiated at that time was that some new, unexplored details of the monastery were revealed.
13. Szent Vér kápolna
The building complex and the associated ancient park are located in the III district of the Kiscell Castle and Park Forest in Budapest district, between Óbuda and Hermitehegy districts, in the area behind St. Margaret's Hospital and the University of Óbuda. The church and Trinitarian monastery, built in the 18th century in the Baroque style, were used by the army in the 19th century. In 1910, the furniture manufacturer Miksa Schmidt bought the building complex and had it transformed into a castle (Schmidt Castle). Today, the Budapest History Museum – Kiscell Museum hosts exhibitions of urban history and fine art. A tourist trail leads through the park forest, where you can find the Calvary and Golgotha statue group in Kiscell, as well as the Chapel of the Holy Blood.
Wikipedia: Kiscelli kastély és parkerdő (HU), Website, Url, Url Miserend
14. ELTE Fűvészkert
The Lawn Garden in Budapest is Hungary first botanical garden, which since 2006 has been operating as a special educational unit of Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest district VIII of Józsefváros, at Illés street 25. The botanical garden, founded in 1771 in Nagyszombat to help train medicine and medical students, after several moves, has been located in its current location since 1847. A significant contribution to his notoriety was 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. The name "Lawn Garden", which has been the official name since 2008, has survived thanks to this novel and has spread into the public consciousness.
15. Búvár és a kulcs
The four-storey, historicist-style palace built in 1894 at 9-11 Elisabeth Boulevard in the VII district of the New York Budapest Palace, is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard. Originally built as an insurance company headquarters including rental housing, after 1945 it functioned as an office building. Since 2006, it has been operating as a luxury hotel, since 2020 as Anantara New York Palace Budapest Hotel. The New York café, located on the ground floor of the building, which is the same age as the building, is of cultural historical significance, which entered the Hungarian cultural history through its literary and artistic table companies and café editorial offices founded in the first third of the 20th century.
16. Muzsikus cigányok parkja
Music Gypsy Park in Udapes. Located in its area. It was completed in October 2013. The intersection of Aross Street and Zigony Street previously had an anonymous public area. Embosses of eight famous gypsy musicians were placed on four isosceles triangular columns on the Little Square, with a height of 240 cm and a edge of 50 cm long, which expanded to 12 people by 2017: × ndor × r ó ka (1922-1984), Jr. × ndor × r ó ka (1953-2007), Rn × Obe × sp á r (1924-1993), × szl ó Erki (1941-1997), En × Ertis (1903-1971), × ndor Akatos (1924-1994), × zsef × bor Oz á k (1910-1978), Yorgy Ziffra (1921-1994), id. Portraits of Ahos Athy-Orv á th (1924-1980), É la Erki (1948-2013), Ajos Orosos (1925-2014) and Á ndor Ig ó Uff ó (1949-2014).
17. Lengyel Múzeum
The Polish Museum is a minority institution established by the National Polish Minority Self-Government in 1998 in Budapest, Kőbánya. As the only one in the world, his main research area is the thousand-year-old Hungarian-Polish historical relations and the history of Poles in Hungary. Its collection is constantly expanding, for which the greatest support is provided by the Hungarian and Polish states. The special mutual sympathy of the two peoples, which is not experienced anywhere else, is demonstrated by modern visual means and in a traditional way, supported by historical facts. It has two filibusters in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county: in Ládbesenyő-Andrástanya and in the ruin village of Derenk.
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.
19. Károlyi 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.
20. 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.
21. Egyetemi Kisboldogasszony-templom
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.
Wikipedia: Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Budapest (EN), Url Miserend
22. Roman fort Campona
The fort Campona was a Roman cavalry camp, whose garrison was responsible for security and surveillance tasks on the Pannonian Danube Limes (Limes Pannonicus). The river formed the Roman imperial border here in large sections. The monument is located in today's Nagytétény (german Großteting), a formerly independent municipality on the southwestern outskirts of the Hungarian capital Budapest. The finds from the fort testify to a post-military use by the civilian population in the 5th century. The relatively rich occurrence of inscriptions, especially gravestones and altars, also occupies a large space in the finds.
23. 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, having been beatified by Pope John Paul II on 3 October 2004, and is known to the Catholic Church as Blessed Karl of Austria.
24. Andrássy Élményközpont
The predecessor of Á risi Agyar Ruh á z, Er é zv á ros Asino, was built in 1882 according to the plan of Ustv á v Etschacher. In 1909, after the purchase of the building by Á muel Oldberger, its final renovation began, creating the most modern shop in the French model. Ziklai Sigmond was commissioned to redesign. Building Z is located on the south side of Ndr á ssy ú t in Budapest, in Building 39. Count. Olaide utca 54. It also has an entrance. The Z facade facing Ndr á ssy ú t is built in Art Nouveau style, and the section facing Aulay de Street bears the neo-Renaissance logo.
25. 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.
26. Bessenyei Ferenc
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.
27. Gróf Andrássy Gyula
Count Gyula Andrássy de Csíkszentkirály et Krasznahorka was a Hungarian statesman, who served as Prime Minister of Hungary (1867–1871) and subsequently as Foreign Minister of Austria-Hungary (1871–1879). Andrássy was a conservative; his foreign policies looked to expanding the Empire into Southeast Europe, preferably with British and German support, and without alienating Turkey. He saw Russia as the main adversary, because of its own expansionist policies toward Slavic and Orthodox areas. He distrusted Slavic nationalist movements as a threat to his multi-ethnic empire.
28. 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.
29. Bethlen Téri Színház
Ethlen É ri Z í nh á z has been operating as a reception and production theater since January 2012. The mission of the theatre is to be the main inclusive theatre institution for contemporary performing arts in Budapest, both domestically and occasionally internationally, bearing in mind the interests and needs of the Rzs é betv á ros and its narrow environment, Kouts-Rzs é betv á ros. It brings new life to the place, with the participation of young artists active in the field of creative arts, regardless of genre restrictions.
30. Ady Endre Emlékmúzeum
The Ady Endre Memorial Museum in Budapest is an exhibition space created in 1977 in memory of the poet to commemorate Endre Ady (Ady Memorial Apartment). It was built by the Petőfi Literary Museum in the poet's last apartment, at Veres Pálné street 4-6 in the V. district of Budapest. Ady's wife, Berta Boncza, inherited it from him after the death of his father. The couple lived here from the fall of 1917 until the poet's death. The three rooms show the original personal belongings, and the documents are about Ady's war years.
Wikipedia: Ady Endre Emlékmúzeum (Budapest) (HU), Facebook, Website
31. Contra-Aquincum (római erőd romjai)
Contra-Aquincum is a Roman fortress, an important station in the Pannonian limes. It was built at the beginning of the 2nd century, and then 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. Contra-Aquincum's antique name is presumably Pession (Πέσσιον). Its remains are located in Budapest V district, on March 15th Square, not far from the Elizabeth Bridge.
32. Napraforgó utcai kísérleti lakótelep, 1931
The experimental residential area of Apraforg ó Street, built in 1931, is a novel villa estate, Udapest. District. Cradle of modern architecture in Hungary, one of the outstanding monuments adapted from Olhaus in Hungary. In Llent é t, the Apraforg ó street residential area, together with small residential model settlements in other countries of Ur ó pa, was established not within the framework of the Public Investment and Workshop Association (ERKBUND), but on a private initiative involving entrepreneurial capital.
33. Goldberger Textilipari Gyűjtemény
The Goldberger Textile Collection was established on the site of the former Museum of Industrial History of Textiles and Textile Clothing. The Textile Museum was an institution preserving the tangible and intellectual relics of the Hungarian textile and clothing industry in Óbuda, district III of Budapest, which was an important site in the development of the Hungarian textile industry. The museum in its original form no longer exists today, in its place the Óbuda Museum - Goldberger Textile Collection operates.
Wikipedia: Textil- és Textilruházati Ipartörténeti Múzeum (HU), Website, Facebook
34. Mindszenty József
The revered Ozsef Indszenty, formerly known as Ozsef Ehm, Hungary's last prince primate, Cardinal. Er é di Ustinian is the successor to Archbishop Estelgom and is also a cardinal and primate. One of the 20 largest Catholic churches in Hungary. Century figures, Sagittarius and Communists are all chasing. His ouster is proof that due to the nature of the Akosi era and Sagittarius dictatorship, the Church can only make unprincipled, immoral and degrading compromises, which the Cardinal has rock-solid resisted.
35. Reformátorok tere
The Reformers' Square is a 12,000-square-meter memorial and leisure park built for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in district XVI of Budapest, which houses the Reformation monument of the sculptor Mária R. Törley, a 17-meter-high lookout tower, a café and next to it – on the site of the former municipal gravel and sand mine – a play and community space. The eastern upper area and the sculpture composition on it were inaugurated on October 29, 2017, and the play park on October 11, 2019.
36. Rejtő Jenő (P.Howard)
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.
37. Jókai Mór
Móric Jókay de Ásva, outside Hungary also known as Maurus Jokai or Mauritius Jókai, was a Hungarian nobleman, novelist, dramatist and revolutionary. He was an 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.
38. Mekk Elek goat
Mecca Elek the Handyman was a Hungarian television puppet film series that ran from 1974 to 1975 and was produced by Pannonia Film Studio in 1973. The feature film series is directed by István Imre and produced by Sándor Gyöpös and Jánosné Komlós. The screenplay was written by József Romhányi, the figures and sets were designed by Iván Koós, and the music was composed by György Ránki. In Hungary, it has been broadcast by Hungarian Television, MTV1, MTV2, Duna TV and Duna World.
Wikipedia: Mekk Elek, az ezermester (HU), Website, Facebook, Website
Törley Castle is located in the XXII district of Budapest (Budafok) and was built between 1890 and 1904 by József Törley, the famous Hungarian champagne manufacturer. The first plans were made in the 1890s by Lajos Ray Rezső, who at that time was working as a home architect for Törley. The building was completed after the death of his father by a boy with a recent degree in architecture, Vilmos Ray Rezső Jr. Next door to the castle is the castle of Törley's wife, Irén Sacelláry.
40. Magyar Szentföld templom
Fagyar Zentfölds Church is an unfinished church designed by Olhaus at the initiative of Father Oros Ol Aisai, partly in Byzantine style and partly in the Byzantine style of Arcas Olnar, built by Franciscan friars between 1940 and 1949. Not much could be done, but work stopped in 1949 and completed parts of the roof structure were demolished. The monumental building, now a stump, has been used as an archive for decades and has once again become Franciscan property since 2013.
41. Boldog Meszlényi Zoltán Plébániatemplom
St. Adalbert Parish is a Catholic parish in the XIth district of St. Adalbert's Budapest. Its first emergency chapel was established in 1931 in a building on Fehérvári út, and the foundation stone of its new church was laid in 2013, a little further from, and roughly across from, the original site; His consecration took place on October 31, 2014. Interestingly, contrary to its name, the old and new churches are not located in Lágymányos, but in the Kelenföld district.
Wikipedia: Lágymányosi Szent Adalbert-plébánia (HU), Url Miserend, Website
42. Municipal Grand Circus
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.
Wikipedia: Capital Circus of Budapest (EN), Website, Facebook
43. Kármán Tódor
Theodore von Kármán, was a Hungarian-American mathematician, aerospace engineer, and physicist who was active primarily in the fields of aeronautics and astronautics. He was responsible for many key advances in aerodynamics, notably on supersonic and hypersonic airflow characterization, and the widely recognized threshold of outer space is named the "Kármán line" based on his work. He is regarded as an outstanding aerodynamic theoretician of the 20th century.
44. Nemzeti Táncszínház
The National Dance Theatre was founded by the Ministry of National Cultural Heritage in 2001 as the legal successor of the 20-year operation of the Dance Forum. Since December 1, 2001, the Budapest Theatre has become the home of Hungarian dance, whose repertoire covers the entire spectrum of professional Hungarian dance art, from folklore to classical ballet, from contemporary dance theatre to street break dancing, from large ensembles to smaller dance groups.
45. Nepomuki Szent János-oszlop
John of Nepomuk was the saint of Bohemia who was drowned in the Vltava river at the behest of 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.
46. Gaál Imre Galéria
The Aal á l mre Gallery is a stand-alone building of the Esterzs é bet Museum Udapest. Ossus ajos, you. Number 39 is under the pedestrian street of Esterzs é bet. Renovated by 1989; Since then, the museum's gallery, A á l MRE Gallery, has operated here. The museum has a collection of nearly 700 fine arts works, including 120 figures by M. A á l Mre, paintings and pen-and-ink drawings by Enyh é rt El Th, Á l Olipa Stv á n and Usz é ly Goston.
The Hermit Mountain-stone cabin is one of the caves in the Hermit Gorge in the Danube-Ipoly National Park. Hungary is among its distinctly protected caves. Upper Pleistocene paleontological and medieval archaeological finds have been recovered from it. Its entrance can be seen from afar and is therefore one of the features of the Hermit Gorge. One of the most distant caves in the Buda Mountains, the other is the Gellért Hill Cave.
48. Rockenbauer Pál
Pál Rockenbauer [pronounced rɔkⁿbær] is a naturalist, world traveler, television editor, and one of the creators of Hungarian television nature filmmaking. Most of them are about his country-going blue tour films, the one and a half million steps in Hungary, which have been screened several times on TV, and ... and is known for his other series A Million Steps. His son Zoltán Rockenbauer is an art historian and politician.
49. Pál-völgyi cave
It is Hungary longest cave in the Paul Valley Cave System. Hungary is one of the highly protected caves. One part of it, the Pál Valley Cave, is one of the caves built for Budapest tourist purposes. The surface protection area of the cave, about 4.7 hectares, is managed by the Danube-Ipoly National Park as a nature reserve of national importance protected by independent legislation. The length built for tourists is 500 meters.
Wikipedia: Pál-völgyi-barlangrendszer (HU), Website, Facebook
50. Katona József színház
Since the autumn of 1982, Atona Ozsef Z í nh á z has been operating as a theatre in the street of Et ★ fi Á ndor, with an independent company. In a short time, Udapes became a decisive artist theater. Decades later, Á rom still entertains his audience with demanding internationally registered works. The company first performed abroad in 1985 and has since performed in 40 countries in five regions of the world.
51. Karinthy Színház
Arinthy Z í nh á z was founded in 1982 as a small theatre cooperative called Ö köm Z í npad. As Uda's only continuous, stand-alone, permanent theatre, its breakthrough event is also an example of a structural change in theatre that has now become a theatre studio with a special spirit, supported by professionals and critics as well as audiences. Form a. The courage of the district council made it possible.
The Sepel Isbologasszony Church is an ancient atoll church in the town of Udapest-Sepel, decorated with the Zent Mre Square. The church was dedicated in 1862 to commemorate the ascension of the Virgin Mary. It has a sky clock. The Z 1000 kg Big Clock was cast in 1948 and the ruptured Middle Clock was recast by Ajos Ombos in 1979. He still has two minutes outside Zen. The altar of the church is made of marble.
Wikipedia: Kisboldogasszony-templom (Csepel) (HU), Url Miserend
53. Sas-hegyi Látogatóközpont
The Buda Eagle Hill 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 fauna and flora, 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
54. Erdős Renée-ház Muzeális Gyűjtemény és Kiállítóterem
The Erdős Renée House is one of the most beautiful buildings in Rákosmente, it is protected in the capital. A bas-relief above its entrance proclaims that it was erected in 1895, with the help of the Virgin Mary and St. George. In 1927 it was purchased by Renée Erdős, a renowned writer of the time, who lived here until 1944. Since 1990, the villa has housed a local history collection and gallery.
The Á ty á s mountain is a highland in the Uday mountains on the inner side of Udapes, especially in the Á rmash á rk á r mountain range, which is one of the southern ends of the 495-meter-high main peak. Its highest point, 301 meters high, is. The district is located in an area of the city, known as the Buda Mountains, named after the Á ty á shegy district, which is separated from it.
56. Emlékezet temploma
The Agyv á rad t é r Reformed Church, also known as MLEKEZET Church, is the capital of the Agyv á rad t é r Reformed Church in Budapest. District. Contrary to the name of the Calvinist church, which was built between 1930 and 1935, it is located not in the Agyv á rad Square, but in Llßi ú t, on the edge of the officers' settlement a few hundred metres outside the Agyv á rad Square.
57. Gellért Hill Cave
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.
58. Festetics palota
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.
59. The Fourteen Carat Car
The fourteen-carat car is a humorous novel by Jenő Hidő, published in 1940. Based on the book, in 2006 György Magos produced an audiobook performed by Péter Rudolf, which was published by Kossuth Publishing House. In addition, Pál Korcsmáros – like several of Hidő's other famous novels – also adapted it in comics. In 2019, it was also published by POKET PocketBooks.
Wikipedia: A tizennégy karátos autó (HU), Url, Facebook, Website
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.
61. Lutheran Church of Budavár
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.
62. Deák téri evangélikus templom
The Lutheran Church on Deák Square is Budapest oldest and most well-known Lutheran church, a neoclassical church without a tower on Deák Ferenc Square in Budapest. The largest Protestant church in Budapest. There are many other Lutheran institutions in the block formed together with the adjoining buildings, which is why the area is often called Insula Lutherana.
The Szemlő-hegy-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 the surface protection zone of the Szemlő Hill Cave under the name of Nature Reserve, a nature reserve of national importance, protected by individual legislation.
64. 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.
65. Golden Eagle Pharmacy Museum
The Golden Eagle Pharmacy was the first pharmacy in Buda, after the expulsion of the Turks, it was founded in 1687 in the house no. 1-2 of today's 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.
66. 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.
67. 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 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.
68. TIT Budapesti Planetárium
The KIC Budapest Planetarium is a planetarium in népliget operated by the Scientific Educational Society (KIC). The purpose of the planetarium is to serve scientific outreach and to create a bridge between astronomy and the general public. Until 2010, the Laser Theater, known for its laser show performances, operated in the building of the Planetarium.
69. Kisboldogasszony Bazilika Plébánia
The Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption in Maryremete, a parish and a place of pilgrimage in Budapest II district, on Mary's Road. Since 1993 it belongs to the Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest, the current archdiocese is Cardinal Péter Erdő, Primate, Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest. The current parish priest of the church is László Esterházy.
Wikipedia: Kisboldogasszony-templom (Máriaremete) (HU), Url Miserend
70. The Bloody Thursday Memorial
Ferenc Callmeyer (DLA) is a certified Hungarian architect. His degree in architecture is numbered 831. Ybl Prize winner, Prime Prize winner, c. university professor. In 2001, he received a gold diploma from the Faculty of Architecture of BME; the University Senate recognized his valuable engineering work by awarding him a diamond diploma in 2011.
71. Kaán Károly-kilátó
A á n Á roly Lookout ó is a lookout in the Udapesudeh mountains of the capital. On the 454-meter-high Agy-Á rs mountain. From the top floor of the multi-storey observation deck, you can see the complete panorama, from which you can see most of the Udapes and Uday Mountains. To the northeast of the observatory is the entrance of Orie Cave.
72. Batthyány's sanctuary lamp
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.
The Kulin Starda is an observatory located in district IV of Budapest, on the roof of the Könyves Kálmán High School. In Budapest today, several schools have observatory telescopes, but only a few educational institutions in the whole country can boast of such a domed "classic" observatory, equipped with modern instruments.
74. Fasori evangélikus templom
Udapace, Lutheran church of Fasori. It is located at the corner of Á rosliget Avenue and Ajza Street. The most splendid Protestant church in the capital is the second largest Lutheran church in Udapace, second only to the Lutheran church in Iak Square. GY forms a block with the building of the Fasori Lutheran Grammar School.
75. Premonstratensian Church St.Michael
Convention of Premontre on Margaret Island 13. A monastery built in the 16th century stands on Argit Island in Budapest. Today, he stands in 20th place. The chapel, rebuilt in the first third of the 19th century, is one of the island's important artworks, the oldest Romanian monument in Udapes, displayed in its original form.
Wikipedia: Premontrei konvent (Margit-sziget) (HU), Url Miserend
76. 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.
77. Bay Zoltán
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.
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.
79. 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.
80. Aquaductus, római vízvezeték romjai
The Aqueduct of Aquincum served to supply water to the city of Aquincum, which was once located in the territory of the Budapest. The Latin name of aqueduct is aquaeductus, which is a word formed by the composition of the Latin words aqua (water) and ducere (to lead), its Hungarianized form is akvadukt.
81. Gesztenyés kert
The Chestnut Garden is a public park with an area of about 35,000 square meters in the German Valley, in district XII of Budapest, not far from its easternmost streets. It is one of the most popular recreation parks for the inhabitants of the Hungarian capital, and often serves as a venue for events.
82. Újpesti lóvasút végállomás
The Újpest horse railway was Hungary first horse railway, which started operations on 30 July 1866 and ceased to exist in 1900, when it was permanently replaced by the tram. Its two terminuses are between the "indóház in Újpest" and Hay Square, the then independent city between Újpest and Pest.
83. Pozsonyi úti református templom
The Ozsonyi ú t Reformed Church stands in the district of Udapest Jlip ó tv á ros, which was dedicated to the parish's second church in 1940. Below the church, the sub-church with the same size as the church has a stage and multi-function hall, which will be released for various activities today.
84. Monument of András Hadik von Fudak
Count András Hadik de Futak was a Hungarian nobleman 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.
85. Kamermayer Károly szobra
Károly Kamermayer was a Hungarian jurist and councillor, who served as the first mayor of Budapest between 1873 and 1896. During his tenure, the city grew into the country's administrative, political, economic, trade, and cultural hub, and Budapest had become one of the cultural centers of Europe.
86. 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.
87. Dominican convent
The Dominican Order nunnery on Margaret Island was founded by Henry IV. It was founded by Béla in honor of the Virgin Mary. In the Middle Ages, the Blessed Virgin Mary on the Island of Rabbits was the most important institution, the most significant and richest monastic building on the island.
88. AQUINCUM CASTRUM
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.
89. Remete-hegyi 14. sz. barlang
Cave No. 14 on Hermit Mountain is one of the caves in the Hermit Gorge in the Danube-Ipoly National Park. Very special and valuable archaeological finds have been recovered from the site. The cave was probably a counterfeiting workshop and an anthropological find was also recovered from it.
90. Klauzál tér
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.
91. Tompa Mihály
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.
92. Szent József templom
St. Joseph's Parish Church, commonly known as the Parish Church of Joseph City, is the largest church in District VIII of Budapest. Its two-towered building is an outstanding monument of the classicizing late Baroque architecture of Hungary. Its towers are 70 meters high. [source?]
Wikipedia: Szent József-templom (Józsefváros) (HU), Url Miserend
93. Csokonai Művelődési Ház
The Csokonai Cultural Center is the institutional center of Budapest XV district, which brings together the cultural, public education and sports life. The XV. The building, located at 64-66 Eötvös Street, has both a culture house and a public education administrative center.
Wikipedia: Csokonai Kulturális Központ (HU), Website, Facebook
94. Bárdos Lajos
Lajos Bárdos was a composer, conductor, music theorist, and professor of music at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, in Budapest, Hungary, where he had previously studied under Albert Siklós and Zoltán Kodály. His younger brother, György Deák-Bárdos, was also a composer.
The Comedy Theater of Budapest is a theater in Budapest. Starting in the turn of the 19th and 20th century as an opposition to the conservative National Theater, it became a pioneer institution of Hungarian drama, and one of the oldest theaters of the city still in operation.
The Spa Museum is one of the exhibition spaces of the Budapest History Museum in Budapest III district, at Flórián tér 3-5, in the pedestrian underpass. The exhibition shows the remains of the public bath (therma) of a military camp belonging to Aquincum in Roman times.
97. Eötvös József báró
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.
98. Akseli Gallen-Kallela
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.
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.
100. MÁV V43 villanymozdony
The MÁV Class V43 is a Hungarian electric locomotive with a box-like appearance. It was meant to replace the MÁV Class V40 and MÁV Class V60, as well as the widespread Class 424 steam locomotives. A total of 379 locomotives were built between 1963 and 1982.
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