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Andrassy Avenue is a 19th century boulevard in Budapest that is part of the city's UNESCO World Heritage site for its authentic urban architectural ensemble.
Andrassy Avenue is a 19th century boulevard in Budapest that is part of the city's UNESCO World Heritage site for its authentic urban architectural ensemble. Running radially from Erzsebet Square downtown to the Varosliget park, it is lined with Neo-Renaissance mansions and townhouses, luxury boutiques, opera, and fine dining establishments. Andrássy Avenue can be seen as distinct parts - ●Erzsebet Square to Oktogon has mainly commercial buildings, shops, and Opera House, ●Oktogon to Bajza utca has residential villas and office buildings, ●Bajza utca to Varosliget Park has embassies, villas and mansions with gardens. Underneath it runs the first underground railway line in Continental Europe.
Budapest, Andrássy út, Hungary
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