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Budapest, Hungary - Fishermans Bastion Featured Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrßssy Avenue Print

Budapest, Hungary - Fishermans Bastion

The Halaszbastya or Fisherman's Bastion. A terrace in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque style on the Buda bank of the Danube (on the Castle hill), Budapest, around Matthias Church. Designed by Frigyes Schulek and built between 1895 and 1902. Date: circa 1920s

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Hungary - Budapest - The Parliament Building Featured Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrßssy Avenue Print

Hungary - Budapest - The Parliament Building

Hungary - Budapest - The Parliament Building. The buildings were built according to plans of the architect Imre Steindl between 1885 and 1902. Date: circa 1930s

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Architect, Budapest, Building, Danube, Government, Historical, History, Hungarian, Hungary, Imre, Parliament, River, Steindl

Frerenz Deak monument, Budapest Featured Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrßssy Avenue Print

Frerenz Deak monument, Budapest

Frerenz Deak monument, Szeclhenyi square, Pest, Budapest, Hungary. At the southern end of V Szechenyi Istvan ter is a statue of Ferenc Deak, the Hungarian minister largely responsible for the Compromise of 1867, which sparked the Dual Monarchy of Austria and Hungary. The statue on the western side is of an Austrian and Hungarian boy holding hands in peaceful bliss. Magyar boy's hair is disheveled and bare; the Osztrak is modestly covered in a bit of the patrician's robes and his hair is well groomed. Sculptor Huszar Adolf died before the monument was completed. To finish the composition, the city assigned Adolf Keszler and Ede Mayer, it was executed by his student Strobl Alajos (later he became one of the most famous sculptors of monuments in Hungary at the beginning of the 20th century)