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

The Elisabeth Lookout tower on Jánoshegy, Budapest, as it looked in 1952

The Elisabeth Lookout tower on Jánoshegy, Budapest, as it looked in

Osztyapenkó

Osztyapenkó szobor, kijárat a Balaton felé.

budapest after ww2 - Google keresés

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.

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