The Medieval Ruin Garden at Koronázó tér is just a very short walk from Hösök Tere and the shopping area. You can see most of it without going inside the premises, but there is a small museum connected to it as well.The spot where the ruins are now, was the site of the original basilica established by King István (997 - 1038) - the national...more
Hotel Magyar Kiraly (Hungarian King), early Classical building from the first third of the 19th...more
The Russian War Memorial is situated just 200 m north of the railway station, along Deák Ferenc utca. It is quite moving to walk around there and look at the age of the victims, as it is at every war cemetery. The soldiers and officers come in a way closer to us when we see their name, rank and age, I think.more
Martonvásár was twice visited by the great composer Beethoven. The Beethoven Museum in the Brunszvik Palace preserves his memory. Beethoven concerts are given in the palace park by the small pond and wonderful arboretum in July and August. Very nice park!more
The Battle of Pákozd happened on September 29, 1848 during the Revolution of 1848, near Pákozd in central Hungary. The outcome, a stalemate, was an important victory for the outnumbered Hungarian troops against the forces of Ban Josip Jelasic.The exhibition (written documents and historical finds) recalls this victory.more
This is Dunaújváros as well. After the world war 2. weve been under russian domination and then this place got a new name like Sztálinváros (Stalin-city) and it was the 'citadel of socialism in Hungary'. It got its new name after Stalin's death in 1961. (I hope i didnt say stupidies)more
Ive been to Dunaujváros at the first time in this year. That was a sad occasion. A great friend of mine had a brother but he unfortunately died very early in brain tumor. He was only 31 and he was a gynaecologist with a 3 yrs old daughter and a young wife in Dunaújváros. His funeral was in Budapest where his parents live but he was a big autograph...more
On the road to Dunaujvaros (from the North, Szekesfehervar or Budapest) you might make a little detour to Tac. Here some intresting remains proove that this country was already inhabited by Romans, that also introduced the bathinghouses in Budapest (and with that all over the country).more
These are both fairly small museums, and I think the Pre-school museum was more interesting (lots of neat old toys).
Both are on the castle grounds and charge a small entrance fee.
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