The second part of the Budapest pictures from this trip. I mentioned it in the post before:
Since I have been so many times in Budapest I spare you the same pictures. I focused mainly on buildings this time. But if you want to see more of Budapest: All the Budapest Posts.
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Street art – a Russian T-34
The Hungarian Parliament Building or Országház
Count István Tisza de Borosjenő et Szeged
The back of the Kossuth Memorial which is dedicated to former Hungarian Regent-President Lajos Kossuth
13 Kossuth Lajos tér
Museum of Ethnography
Round and round and round they go to protect the flag
Museum of Ethnography
On the left – the Embassy of the United States of America
House in Aulich u.
Hungarian State Treasury or Magyar Államkincstár
Hold Utcai Piac
At the corner of Kiss Ernő u. and Hold u.
Nemzeti Bank Building
House at Ó u. – must be the shortest street name ever!
St. Stephen's Basilica or Szent István Bazilika
They do not look to happy
House at Deák Ferenc tér 6
Bazar Building at Dohány u. 22-24
The Urania Movie Theater or Uránia Filmszínház
House at Rákóczi út 23
The Chapel of Saint or Roch Szent Rókus-kápolna
Life and Blood to Maria Theresa
The Sacred Heart Church or Jézus Szíve templom
The door of the Trade School or BGSZC Széchenyi István Kereskedelmi Szakgimnáziuma
Detail from the wall. This is stone!!
House at Dohány utca – you can still see the bullet holes from the last war
This mounment is dedicated to the 32nd. Infantry Regiment that was founded in 1741 by Maria Theresa
A lot of buildings look like this on in Rákóczi útca
Entrane at Andrássy út 9
Terror Háza: Museum documenting the effect of the Nazi and Soviet regimes in Hungary, and a memorial for the victims
Memorial of the Iron Wall
They didn’t survive. More information about the museum: http://www.terrorhaza.hu/en
Memorial for the Railwaymen who died in World War One. Located at the corner of Andrássy út and Izabella u.
The Hero Square. I have so many pictures in another post so I spare you and put only a few horses…
Some of the Seven chieftains of the Magyars
A horse is a horse
Another horse with a guy
They look so proud
They have to pull a cart with a guy that has a snake in his hand. That snake is the symbol of war
The couple of Labor and Wealth
A Greek that is dressed as if this would be winter
You steal a bird – and the dog gets you
Now it is the Agricultural Museum
The castle was built for the 1896 millennial series of celebrations in order to provide a three dimensional representation of thousand years of national architecture
You find four main architetctural styles here: Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque
It is free to see the outside of the buildings
Museum and Library of Hungarian Agriculture
Somwhere up there!
I give you the bird
Since there is a bridge they build a lake as well
The zéchenyi Thermal Bath or Széchenyi Gyógyfürdő és Uszoda from 1913
Protest against a big project that would kill a lot of trees. More information: https://en.squat.net/tag/ligetvedok/
They have litte camps all over the park to protect the trees. And they have a facebook page as well: https://www.facebook.com/ligetvedok/
They do not need monsters to the park
Memorial to the 1956 Revolution
Great to meet friends for a beer in the evening 🙂
We had to bring back the bikes in the night. The rental place has a pub as well. Great beers and good music! Budapest!!