Opera House, Budapest

55 votos
Fine Neo-Renaissance architecture. Construction started 1875 and the building was finished in 1884.
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Opera House, Budapest

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55 votos

Fine Neo-Renaissance architecture. Construction started 1875 and the building was finished in 1884.

In the Central Market Hall, Budapest

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The Central Hall is the largest indoor market in Budapest. Usually it is a very busy place where many different products can be found. The old...

At the Opera House, Budapest

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Panoramic view from the terrace and the towers. The Bastion takes its name from the guild of fishermen that was responsible for defending this...

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Chain Bridge, Budapest

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The Chain Bridge opened in 1849 as the first of Budapest Bridges over the Danube River. The construction is 375 meters long and one of the emblems...

Heroes' Square, Budapest

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Heroes' Place is one of the major squares of Budapest, rich with historical and political events. The central site is marked by the millenium...

Liberty Bridge, Budapest

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There are some great bridges in Budapest. This is my favorite. The bridge was build between 1894 and 1896. Many trams use to cross the bridge and...

Ethnographic Museum, Budapest

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The Entrance Hall

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