PÉCS is the city that houses the Mosque of Pasha Qasim, built between 1543 and 1546 during the Ottoman occupation of Hungary. It now functions as a Roman Catholic church. Photo "Pécs Széchenyi tér" by Zsolt Bognár, flickr user bzsozso.
Hortobágy National Park, a World Heritage site, Hungary's largest protected area, and the largest semi-natural grassland in Europe. Photo "HORTOBAGY-reflection" by Lóránt Dankaházi, flickr user .::Danka::.
VIDEGRÁD is famous for the remains of the Early Renaissance summer palace of King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary, and for its medieval citadel. From the castle you can see the famous "Danube bend." Photo "Visegrád" by Jordi Joan Fabrega, flickr user jordillar_fotos.
SZEGED is the city where the bride's mother met the bride's godmother. It has a beautiful Romanesque Revival/Neo-Romanesque church, and its synagogue is the fourth largest in the world. Photo "szeged" by Gábor Suhajda, flickr user szajmon.
BÉLATELEP is a town where the bride and her sister have spent many weeks of their lives at the family home of the bride's generous godmother. This is a typical view from the shore on a summer evening. Photo by the bride.
TIHANY is a village overlooking Lake Balaton. Its abbey, the silhouette of which is visible in this photo, is a Benedictine monastery established in 1055. Photo "Ciao Tihany!" by Hannes Vogel, flickr user hannesvogel.