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Vienna's Brooklyn! Where Tradition and Trendy meets!
Budapest's façades. Rákóczi út 11. The portal 'telamons' seem to expect an earthquake any minute....
Buda Royal Castle, Budapest. Build from 14th Century on and still construction crews were there in 2014. The Royals are long gone.
'Erzsébet bridge', (Pál Sávoly - 1964), crosses the Danube at 'Gellért Hill'. The original bridge (1903), was named after Sissy the Empress of Austria.
'American in Budapest'. Hard Rock Cafe opened in 2011 in the inner city 'Vaci utca'- The first HRC with acupuncture sideline.
Anker Street of Budapest Anker Köz. Alpár Ignác- 1910. The curved street was not caused by my photography wizardry, but by the skilled builder. That was 100 years, before computer 3d modelling became common practice in design.
Budapest Keleti railway station. It's twenty to five, you think I got time to visit the ladies room?
'Anker Palace' on Deák Ferenc Square. 1910 by architect Ignác Alpár. "Iggy, what have you done here, are you not ashamed of your self...."
'The Augarten' (established around 1660's) is a large public park. The Augarten palace now serve various purposes. One for example is a home for Sängerknaben (the Vienna Boys' Choir) whose parents live outside of Vienna.
Budapest's façades. 'Palace Hotel, An 'Art Nouveau' style historical building from 1911, (Architects: Komor Marcell, Jakab Dezső) bit over the top, but still is one of the prettiest in the city. Note the two "window - faces" on the top floor. 'Kilroy was here'.
'Hungarian Parliament', Budapest (1885-1898) Architect Imre Steindl. View from the Gellért Hill.
'Széchenyi 'Chain' Bridge' (William T. Clark - 1849) crosses the Danube at city center. First permanent bridge in Budapest.
'American in Budapest'. KFC opened in 1992 in the inner city 'Vaci utca'- The first KFC in former Eastern Europe. Would you have a bucket of deep fried chicken or chicken paprikash?
'Pavlatches'. Relatively typical courtyard in Budapest. I was not 100% certain about the location, but the Thai massage place is well advertised on the web, so I found it.
Budapest Keleti (East) railway station on Baross Place (tér). Completed 1884. The interior view.
"The Luxus Substitutes". Mihály Vörösmarty Square (tér) 1812. Lastly named after a poet, but had a string of names since it was established. (Formerly 'Luxus' department store - 1911).
Vienna: Gardens and scars of war. 'The Augarten' (established around 1660's) is a large public park with improvements added in form of the massive 'Flakturms' in 1944.
Budapest's façades. 'Török Banking-house', built in 1906. Arch. Henrik Böhm and Armin Hegedűs, mosaic by Miksa Róth.
'Budapest Parliament' (1885-1898) Architect Imre Steindl. Build with 4 bricks for every citizen of Hungary.
'Margaret bridge' (Ernest Goüin 1872-1876) crosses the Danube at Margaret Island. A unique 3 section bridge.
'American in Budapest'. McDonald's opened in 1988 on historical 'Régi posta utca'- The first McDonald's in former Eastern Europe Iron curtain county. Did that got the ball rolling??
Budapest Musicians. Inner city classical styles with classical music. Near a fountain/ statue, on Szomory Dezső Square. Ferenc Sidló - 'The Fountain of the Danaides' - 1933.
Budapest Keleti (East) railway station on Baross Plaza (tér). Completed 1884
'The Great Synagogue', Budapest build in 1859. Arch. Ludwig Förster (from Vienna)
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