Amazing door near Keleti Pu, Budapest

Massive, solid door near Keleti (Eastern) Railway station, Budapest

Amazing beautiful door in Budapest

Massive, solid door near Keleti (Eastern) Railway station, Budapest

Kinizsi Castle in Nagyvázsony, Hungary

This tower is part of the former stronghold of the legendary Hungarian military leader Pál Kinizsi. By climbing up this tower of Kinizsi-vár (Kinizsi Castle) I learned something new about the interior of residential towers in earlier ages.

Monument to Sisi in Szeged, Hungary

On my first walk through Szeged I came across a monument to Elisabeth of Austria, who was also Queen of Hungary. Her Hungarian name is Erzsébet but many people of the century just know her by the name Sisi … Continue reading →

Ruins of Gorsium-Herculia near Tác, Hungary

Ruins of the ancient Roman place Gorsium-Herculia near Tác, Hungary

Interior design at railway station in Budapest, Hungary

While waiting for my train back to Vienna I had a look at the mural decorations in one of the side halls of the Railway Station Keleti pályaudvar also known as Keleti Pu. Do you know more railway stations with … Continue reading →

Interior design at railway station Keleti Pu in Budapest

While waiting for my train back to Vienna I had a look at the mural decorations in one of the side halls of the Railway Station Keleti pályaudvar also known as Keleti Pu. Do you know more railway stations with … Continue reading →

Sümeg Castle in Sümeg, Hungary

Sümeg Castle (Sümeg Vár) is regarded as one of the most well-preserved fortresses of Hungary. It was built in mid or late century by Béla IV of Hungary. Today the huge castle high over the town of Sümeg is … Continue reading →

Sümeg Castle in Sümeg, Hungary

Sümeg Castle (Sümeg Vár) is regarded as one of the most well-preserved fortresses of Hungary. It was built in mid or late century by Béla IV of Hungary. Today the huge castle high over the town of Sümeg is … Continue reading →

Ancient Roman street in Szombathely, Hungary

Ancient Roman street in Szombathely, Hungary

Locomotive NkNb 1-3 (1882) in Budapest, Hungary

Steam locomotive built in 1882 seen on the grounds of the Transport Museum of Budapest. The locomotive was originally built for the railroad Nagykikinda–Nagybecskerek and changed into an industrial locomotive for a chemistry work in Budapest later.

Loco at the Museum of Transport in Budapest

Steam locomotive built in 1882 seen on the grounds of the Transport Museum of Budapest. The locomotive was originally built for the railroad Nagykikinda–Nagybecskerek and changed into an industrial locomotive for a chemistry work in Budapest later.

City walls of Sopron, Hungary

Parts of the uncovered city walls of Sopron are dating back to the Roman period. In Roman times the city was known as Scarbantia and served as a marketplace along the Amber Road.

Colorful road sign in Budapest, Hungary

Colorful road sign in Budapest, Hungary

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