Famous Statues of Budapest: Statue of the Paul Street Boys (The Paul Street Boys //Hungarian: A Pál utcai fiúk// is a youth novel by the Hungarian writer Ferenc Molnár)

Famous Statues of Budapest: Statue of the Paul Street Boys (The Paul Street Boys //Hungarian: A Pál utcai fiúk// is a youth novel by the Hungarian writer Ferenc Molnár)

Frozen over Danube, destroyed chain bridge. 1945.

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.

Szendrő István: A felrobbantott Erzsébet híd, Budapest, 1945 / Ruins of the exploded Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest, 1945.

Szendrő István: A felrobbantott Erzsébet híd, Budapest, 1945 / Ruins of the exploded Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest,

Street Sculptures of Budapest, Hungary: Imre Nagy. Imre Nagy was the Prime Minister of Hungary who served as a symbol of freedom and whose name could not be mentioned during the years of Communism in Hungary. This statue of Nagy faces the Parliament Building near Kossuth Square.

Street Sculptures of Budapest, Hungary: Imre Nagy. Imre Nagy was the Prime…

Budapest, Margit-hid. During WWII the explosives went on during the rush hour killing dozens of locals and German soldiers.

During WWII, explosives hit during the rush hour killing dozens of locals and German soldiers.

The great Hungarian poet Attila József statue of the Hungarian parliament - Budapest (Marton László, 1980) | Köztérkép

The great Hungarian poet Attila József statue of the Hungarian parliament…

Budapest anno: több, mint nosztalgia...: Buda a bombázások után, 1945

Holy Trinity Square and the Matthias Church In the Buda Castle, Budapest, 1945

Széll Kálmán tér (Moszkva tér), 1945 Széll Kálmán (later Moscow) Square, Budapest, 1945 forrás

This is near where I used to live and also where my best friend lives

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