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Varosliget park is one of the favorite spendtime spots for Budapest locals. Varosliget used to beswamps and hunting  land of the king of Hungary Matthias I. If you are planning to visit this place then it is better to allocate a separate day for the trip. A whole day is worth to see these amazingly […]

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Palace Museum Nagytétény Castle (Hung. Nagytétényi Kastélymúzeum) was previously owned by the family of Saraz-Rudnyanskogo who is a representative of one of the most affluent families in Hungary. Today the palace houses the Museum of European furniture and clothing. Nagytétény Castle Museum was built in the Baroque style in the XVIII century. When you visit […]

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alace Museum Nagytétény Castle (Hung. Nagytétényi Kastélymúzeum) was previously owned by the family of Saraz-Rudnyanskogo who is a representative of one of the most affluent families in Hungary. Today the palace houses the Museum of European furniture and clothing.

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The Hungarian Parliament Building , which translates to House of the Country or House of the Nation), also known as the Parliament of Budapest for being located in that city, is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary, one of Europe's oldest legislative buildings

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After the community of the parish has outgrown the wooden chapel donated by Ferenc Schopek, in 1801, according to plans by Kasselik Fidel, the church was built in honor of the Holy Ghost. By 1809 the building became operational. In 1811 Lőrinc Dunaiszky made the statue of Saint Teresa decorating the facade of the church. […]

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The Great Synagogue is the largest synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world. You shouldn't miss it!

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