Th Parliament building, Hungary's national government seat, viewed through the columns of the Fisherman's Bastion, Budapest
Once the hermit St. Istvan's residence, the Cave Chapel was enlarged in 1926 to accomodate the Paulite monastic order, Budapest
The colorful buildings of Sopron's inner city, dominated by the Watchtower
A wine festival in vineyard country, northwest Hungary
A Plague Pillar, erected in Sopron after a major plague at the end of the 17th century
An unusual view of St. Steven's Basilica, Budapest
Heroe's Square in Budapest celebrates the major figures in Hungarian history with statues set into each alcove
Budapest's House of Terror, the building where Nazi-affiliated Arrow Cross party members imprisoned and tortured Hungarian Jews in WWII
St. Steven's Basilica in Budapest, completed in 1905 in the Neo-Classical style, houses the tomb of Hungary's first ruler, King Stephen
A street guitarist stops for a chat while playing on the ramparts of Fisherman's Bastion, Budapest
The Chain Bridge, opened in 1849 over the Danube River, links Buda with Pest
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