The old Elisabeth Bridge (in Budapest,Hungary), built between 1898 and 1903 was the longest suspension bridge of its time with a single span of 290 meters (954 feet). It was blown by the retreating German troops at the end of WWII
Frozen over Danube, destroyed chain bridge. 1945.
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1890 Budapest, Hungary, Street Vaci
1931 - Graf Zeppelin over Budapest
Rókus kápolna - Rákóczi út, 1969
Budapest, Hungary - Load-test with tram cars of the new (rebuilt) Elisabeth Bridge in 1964. Originally it was built between 1898 and 1903, but it was blown up by retreating German troops in 1945.
Budapest, Margit-hid. During WWII the explosives went on during the rush hour killing dozens of locals and German soldiers.
Vörösmarty (Gizella) tér, jobbra a Haas palota, szemben a Váci utca torkolata. 1907 Budapest