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Elisabeth Bridge connects Buda and Pest at the narrowest part of the Danube in the Budapest area.
Elisabeth Bridge connects Buda and Pest at the narrowest part of the Danube in the Budapest area. The white-cable bridge is named after Habsburg queen Elizabeth (Sisi).
Budapest, Erzsébet híd, Hungary
The Klotild Palace is one of the typical Hungarian Neo-Baroque eclectic twin buildings constructed during the turn of the 20th century to designs by Kálmán Giergl and Flóris Korb
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The Danube Promenade runs along the eastern bank of the Danube River from the Széchenyi Chain Bridge to the Elisabeth Bridge on the Jane Haining Rakpart
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