A view of the Danube River that splits Buda and Pest (which together are Budapest), as seen from Buda; the Parliament Building is visible in the distance.
View of the Gothic Revival Hungarian Parliament Building on the Pest side of the Danube.
Closer view of the Parliament Building on the Pest side of the Danube River. Construction began in 1885 but was not completed until 1904.
A night-time view of Buda's Royal Castle as seen from along the Danube in Pest.
Budapest at night. The beautiful Szechenyi Chain Bridge links Buda on the left with Pest on the right.
The statue of Stephen I, saint and king, in the Fisherman's Bastion terrace on the Buda side of Budapest.
Close up of some of the architecture in Fisherman's Bastion on Castle Hill in Buda.
The Church of the Assumption - more commonly referred to as the Matthais Church - in front of the Fisherman's Bastion in Buda's Castle District.
Part of the interior of the Church of the Assumption in Buda's Castle District.
The Royal Castle (also referred to as the Royal Palace) on Castle Hill. Formerly the residence of Hungarian kings, the castle now houses the Hungarian National Gallery and the Budapest History Museum.
The Millennium Monument in Heroes Square in Budapest contains statues of many outstanding Hungarian statesmen.
Some of the statues at Heroes' Square in Budapest.
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