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Budapest: Buda Castle or Royal Castle in Hungary

Budapest: Buda Castle | Hungary

Budapest: Buda Castle | Hungary Budapest, Hungary Budapest is one of those cities in Europe which we miss the most. And this is not only because of the cuisine but also because of all those visually pleasing monuments. Although we must admit it is not always a piece...
Parliament Meeting Room in Budapest; Hungary

Budapest Parliament | Hungary

Budapest Parliament | Hungary Budapest, Hungary The Budapest Parliament building has 691 rooms, 29 stairs, 13 elevators, 27 entrances and 10 courtyards. However, the most important room in the whole Parliament is undoubtedly the Parliament Assembly Hall. Visiting it...
Széchenyi Chain Bridge in Budapest, Hungary at Night with fog over the Danube River

Széchenyi Chain Bridge | Budapest, Hungary

The Chain Bridge is one of the most famous buildings in Budapest. The original bridge was built between 1839 and 1849, after the Hungarian Earl Széchenyi encouraged the design and construction of same. It was the only connection between the two cities Buda and Pest, which have been separated by the Danube up until then. The Széchenyi Chain Bridge quickly became one of the busiest roads and over the years has been extended and equipped for the ever-growing volume of traffic.

The golden cupola shines over the St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest. With its central portrayal of God, it's a unique art piece in the heart of Hungary

Cupola of St. Stephen’s Basilica | Budapest, Hungary

Three times I had been now to Budapest, and all three times I found my accommodation to be right next to the St. Stephen’s Basilica. And on every of my visits I had at least a brief look into the basilica – and the golden cupola stuck in my mind. By the way: The person in the middle of the cupola is really supposed to be God! That seems pretty unique to me, do you know any other church in which you find a portrayal of God?