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

Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, 1945

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

The Great Market Hall in Budapest, designed in 1897, by Samu Pécz. You may see similar roof tiles on other buildings by the same architect during your vist - the reform Church near Batthány Square is visible from the Fisherman's bastion, (in front of the parliament) and the National Archives building is beside the Vienna gate in the Buda Castle.

The Great Market Hall in Budapest, designed in 1897, by Samu Pécz. You may see similar roof tiles on other buildings by the same architect during your vist - the reform Church near Batthány Square is visible from the Fisherman's bastion, (in front of the parliament) and the National Archives building is beside the Vienna gate in the Buda Castle.

Szabad Sajtó Steet and Elisabeth Bridge around 1920. #Budapest

Free Press (Oath) way for the corner of Váci Street. Luck of the draw to the left of the Class palace, opposite the Elizabeth Bridge, right.

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