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If you succeed in purchasing tickets for one of the featured shows, the night at the Hungarian State Opera House might just be the most memorable one you will
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One of the capital's finest Art Nouveau buildings. It was designed by Ödön Lechner and built in 1899. It's light blue ceramic roof and Zsolnay ceramic decoration harmonize with
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It is a white-stoned fortress from the 19 th century on the top of Gellért Hill, crowned by the 14 m tall Liberation Monument, a striking statue of a
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Probably the most fascinating edifice in the City Park. The castle was originally built of timber and cardboard for the World Exhibition organized in 1896 to mark the thousandth
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A decorative baroque Franciscan Church stands on Ferenciek tere (franciscan's square), where a monastery stood in the 13th century. It has got its today form in the 18th
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The Academy of Music is located next to Andrássy út and Oktogon. Officially called the Ferenc Liszt College of Music Art, it was founded in 1875 and first presided
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The National Musem has been the scene of several important events from the Hungarian history - the massive Neo-Classical building has been built over 150 years ago and
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The State Opera House is located on one of the most beautiful streets of the capital, Andrassy ut and it's been designed by the famous architect Ybl Miklos,
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Located on Roosevelt Square, the beautiful Gresham Palace has been renovated recently and it's ornated with various Secession motifs. An arcade and a multicoloured roof decorate the lobby,
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Budapest's first underground railway was built in 1896. This was the second of it's kind after London's railway, and the first on the Continent. The tracks run below the the
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Gellert Hotel was built in 1918, in the elegant Secession style of the castles from the beginning of the century; it is located on the Buda side
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Royal Palace of Gödöllő is a beautiful building with a most pleasant park, a museum with interesting exhibitions and a place which offers various cultural programmes throughout the year.
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The oldest and the most significant building on Roosvelt Square. Its perfect neo-Renaissance design came from the studio of Berlin architect Stüler, and it was built between 1862-64. The
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The largest market in the capital, and the most attractive. It was built in 1890, designed by Samu Pecz. Following its complete restoration in 1994 is has become one
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A relatively youthful structure next to Matthias Church. Building started at in 1895 on the designs of Frigyes SchulekIt was sited of the medieval and the walls protected by
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Originally called Franz Joseph Bridge, it was constructed in 1899, and following the destruction of all Budapest bridges in 1945 this was the first one to be rebuilt (1946)
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The building of the Royal Palace was started by King Bela the IVth in the 13th century. Later Sigmund, The Holy Roman Emperor, built a Gothic palace on
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Dedicated to Istvan, the first Hungarian King, Saint Stephen's Basilica was built in several stages, by three different architects (Jozsef Hild, Miklos Ybl, Jozsef Krauser) over half a
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Matyas Church is located in on the Castle Hill, it dates from the 13th century and was built under the reign of king Bela IV originally in Romanesque
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The Parliament is one of the largest buildings in the country and is one of the best known sights and symbols of the capital city. This rich architectural
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