The Haas Palace in Budapest, Hungary. Built in neo-renaissance style according to Stefan Linzbauer’s plans in 1873. Received a direct hit in WW2 and completely burned out, later demolished. Replaced by a modernist building in 1971, then by a newer one in 2005 which still stands today.
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The beautiful interior of the Buda Castle in Budapest. The royal palace was the last stronghold of the Nazi forces in the city and came under heavy artillery fire during WW2. The roof structure collapsed and everything on the inside was destroyed. Whatever remained was later looted by the red army.
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