The coat of arms of Hungary visible in the centre of Liberty Bridge, (Szabadság-híd), Budapest, Hungary.

The coat of arms of Hungary visible in the centre of Liberty Bridge, (Szabadság-híd), Budapest, Hungary.

A shepherd wears a coat known as a suba. Hortobagy National Park, Hungary

A shepherd wears a coat known as a Suba, in Hortobagy National Park, Hortobagy Plain, Hungary.

Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, 1945. After being destroyed during the war, it is now a plain white metal bridge spanning the River Danube.

Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, After being destroyed during the war, it is now a plain white metal bridge spanning the River Danube.

Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, 1945. After being destroyed during the war, it is now a plain white metal bridge spanning the River Danube.

Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, After being destroyed during the war, it is now a plain white metal bridge spanning the River Danube.

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, Hungary - Load-test with tram cars of the new (rebuilt) Elisabeth Bridge in Originally it was built between 1898 and but it was blown up by retreating German troops in

Budapest, Baross ter. No M4 just a bunch of tram lines are running in front of the Eastern Railways Terminal.

No just a bunch of tram lines are running in front of the Eastern Railways Terminal.

Construction of the original Elisabeth Bridge (Erzsébet-híd.) Lasted 1897-1903! The bridge was named after Elizabeth, Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary, wife of Francis Joseph I assassinated in Geneva in 1898. Its 290-meter span over the Danube, made it the longest suspension bridge in the world. Blown up by German troops at the end of WW II, it is the only Danube bridge in Budapest that was not rebuilt after the war. Instead, a new bridge was built between 1960 and 1964.

These are what the Elisabeth Bridge in Budapest looked like in the past. Elisabeth Bridge under construction, 1902 The old Elisabe.

A Kárpát-medence térképe a két bécsi döntés (1938, 1940) után, amelyek a szomszéd államok magyar többségű területeit Magyarországnak ítélték vissza

A map of Hungary during world War II -- to the North is Nazi Germany, to the South German-occupied Croatia and Serbia, Italy (Olasz) and Romania. Hungarian-majority areas of the neighboring states were annexed to Hungary.

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