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Pictures website for Hungary

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Hungary pictures. Hungary is a beautiful little country in Eastern Europe with one of the greatest capital cities in the world, several baroque towns, many small …

www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotos-g274881-w2-Hungary.html

Hungary photos: Check out TripAdvisor members’ 58 candid images and videos of landmarks, hotels, and attractions in Hungary.

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Ten times larger than any Hungarian city, Budapest was created in 1872 with the joining of Buda and Pest, originally two separate cities. It soon became the …

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Hungary pictures: Check out TripAdvisor members’ 57 candid photos and videos of landmarks, hotels, and attractions in Hungary.

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Gallery of gorgeous Hungary photographs from the TrekEarth community of world-class photographers. Critique photos and add your own.

Hungary pictures. Hungary is a beautiful little country in Eastern Europe with one of the greatest capital cities in the world, several baroque towns, many small villages, rolling hills and one of the largest lakes in Europe: Balaton. The lively capital, Budapest, is a fascinating mix of a multitude of styles, and has an overwhelming atmosphere which is best experienced randomly wandering among its rambling buildings. Budapest is separated into two parts (Buda and Pest) by the Danube river: Pest (including downtown Budapest) is the flat one, and Buda is a rather hilly area, including two of the best vantage points of the city: Castle Hill (housing the quaint Castle District) and Gellért Hill.

The gallery also contains pictures of some of the most interesting smaller towns of Hungary: Pécs, a cheerful university town with much medieval and Turkish heritage; Szeged, a town in the Great Plains whose most characteristic landmark is its unique cathedral; Debrecen, the second largest city in Hungary, having a beautiful and atmospheric downtown; and which has a superb location along the Danube bend, with a medieval castle perched above it on a hill providing great views of the surrounding mountains.

Ten times larger than any Hungarian city, Budapest was created in 1872 with the joining of Buda and Pest, originally two separate cities. It soon became the second most important city of the Habsburg empire after Vienna. Budapest was heavily damaged in World War II, but has been rebuilt since then. Nowadays Budapest is a tourist magnet.

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