Hungary
Hungary
Kecskemét

Budapest - Hungary

Kecskemét


Budapest, called the pearl of the Danube, 2,1 million inhabitants, is crossed by the second river of Europe after the Volga which separates the historical city from Buda, right bank, to the more modern city of Pest, left bank. In this end of the 20th century, after decades of totalitarian socialism, Hungary starts on the way of the democracy and the market economy, and Budapest is again handed over to contradictions. The gray uniform of Communism was replaced by contrast between the most excessive consumption and the most completedestitution.
View of Budapest
The Parliament
The Bastion of the Fishermen
Mathias Church
The Sikló
Hungarian National Museum
Place of the Heroes
Viziváros
Tramway
Lipótváros
Royal Castle
Great Synagogue
Saint-Ann Church
Column of the Plague
Central Market
Subway
Chain Bridge

View of Budapest

The Parliament

The Bastion of the Fishermen

Mathias Church

The Sikló

Hungarian National Museum

Place of the Heroes

Viziváros

Tramway

Lipótváros

Royal Castle

Great Synagogue

Saint-Ann Church

Column of the Plague

Central Market

Subway

Chain Bridge