Rudas Baths in Budapest Hungary.  A labyrinth connected hot baths.  This one I remember the most; it was built in the 1500s by the Ottomans.  Incredible.

Rudas Baths – A Must Visit While in Budapest

Rudas Baths in Budapest Hungary. A labyrinth connected hot baths. This one I remember the most; it was built in the by the Ottomans Hungarian slave, who 150 years slavery hold Hungarians in Hungary after 150 years kick off muslim from Hungary.

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

The old Elizabeth (Erzsebet) Bridge (in Budapest,Hungary), built between 1898 and 1903 was the longest suspension bridge of its time with a single span of 290 meters feet). It was blown by the retreating German troops at the end of WWII

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Travel brochure for "Budapest - The World's Greatest Health Resort," circa Published by the Central Committee of the Budapest Thermal Baths and Health Resorts." Printed by Hungaria Ltd.

old photos of budapest - Google keresés

The original Elisabeth bridge, Budapest as it looked at the end of the war. It was rebuilt on the same spot in

Szöllősy Kálmán: Romos Lánchíd, Budapest, 1945 / The Chain Bridge in ruins, Budapest, 1945.

Szöllősy Kálmán: Romos Lánchíd, Budapest, 1945 / The Chain Bridge in ruins, Budapest,

Budapest, in WWII. It will take 4 more years to reopen the Chainbridge.

Budapest, in WWII. It will take 4 more years to reopen the Chainbridge. This is just a small slice of the damage done when we were being "freed" by the end of WWII.and handed to the Russians.

A Pál utcai fiúk szobra. (Sculpture of the Boys of the Pál Street) Budapest VIII. kerület Práter utca 11. "Hát csak jöttek a Pásztorok, egyre közelebb jöttek, és nézték nagyon a golyókat. Mondom a Kolnaynak: Te, ezeknek tetszik a mi golyónk - és még a Weisz volt a legokosabb, mert ő mindjárt mondta: Gyönnek, gyönnek, ebből a gyövésből nagy einstand lesz" (Molnár Ferenc: A Pál utcai fiúk)

The “Pal Street Boys” on Pal Street in Budapest, a graphic symbol of Hungary's most famous novel by writer and author, Ferenc Molnár --- Pál utcai fiúk


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