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The Centennial Memorial on Margaret Island was made in 1972 by István Kiss to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the unification of Buda and Pest. The bronze cast resembles 2 interlocking leaves..
The Centennial Memorial on Margaret Island was made in 1972 by István Kiss to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the unification of Buda and Pest. The bronze cast resembles 2 interlocking leaves.
Margaret Island, Budapest, Hungary
The Kossuth Memorial was built in front of the Hungarian Parliament Building to honor former Governor-President of the Kingdom of Hungary, Lajos Kossuth
The Kossuth Lajos Square on the banks of the Danube is Budapest's most important square, surrounded by the Hungarian Parliament Building, Museum of Ethnography, and Kossuth Tér Massacre Memorial
The Shoes on the Danube are placed there in memory of the Jews who were killed by the Arrow Cross militiamen on the banks of the Danube in Budapest in 1944-'45 during World War II
The Ferenc Koka Collection showcases drawings and paintings by Hungarian artist Ferenc Koka
The F4 Object is a formerly secret nuclear bunker under downtown Budapest, 45-50 metres below the surface
The former White Cross Inn is a Rococo style house from the 18th century that was one of the first inns in Budapest
The Batthyány Eternal Flame marks the spot where the first Prime Minister of Hungary, Count Lajos Batthyány de Németújvár, was executed by the military on 6-October 1849