Wandering Budapest with a Camera

These photos come from a few days staying in a hotel right on Andrassy, and only include places that are within walking distance. See the captions for details.

budapest metro vorosmarty

Tilework in the Budapest Metro (Line 1 – Vorosmarty utca)

Budapest Opera House

Budapest Opera House

Terror House Wall of Heroes

“Those who died for you” @ The Wall of Heroes at the House of Terror [approximate translation]

Terror House Wall of Heroes

“Those who died for you”

Reagan statue Budapest

Reagan statue, in Freedom Square

Freedom Square Black and White

Freedom Square (Szabadság tér) : Black and White

Freedom Square color

Freedom Square (Szabadság tér) : True Color

Kerepesi Cemetery Budapest

Kerepesi Temeto – Hungary’s National Cemetery

Blaha Lujza Tomb Grave Kerepesi

Blaha Lujza (1850-1926), a famous actress [she has a metro stop named after her]

Kerepesi Cemetery TemetoKerepesi Cemetery Temeto

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One thought on “Wandering Budapest with a Camera

  1. I just want to say thank you for all the wonderful pictures and the articles you write. They make me homesick, but it’s great to see them!

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