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Ráckeve, HungaryRáckeve, Hungary
The walls and the ceiling inside the Roman Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist of Ráckeve are covered with large murals, wall paintings. However, these are not fresco, but so-called secco (or fresco-secco) paintings, and to top it all the largest ones in Europe (640 square meters of contiguous painting). The difference lies in the method of painting. In case of a fresco dry powdered paint is applied to wet surface, the painting virtually becomes part of the plaster. However, in case of se...
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Balatonfüred, HungaryBalatonfüred, Hungary
In 2011 the Lake Balaton and Balatonfüred town was the home of the world championship of the F18 (Formula 18) sports catamaran sailing boat class. The competition of the F18 racing is one of the most spectacular sailing sports, because the approximately 18 feet (5.5 meters) long double-hulled sailboats are quite fast and well manoeuvrable, so there is no lack in action during the races. There were 136 competitors from 26 countries in this world championship at Lake Balaton, and the Darren Bun...
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Budapest, HungaryBudapest, Hungary
The early-spring riverine flood of 2006 had the second highest peak water level in Budapest immediately after the icy flood of 1876. The latter in the 19th century was proved fatal for Pest downtown, where the the water level marks still can be seen on some buildings, for example on the wall of the Franciscan Church on the Ferenciek tere (square). In 4 April 2006 the Danube River reached the peak of 860 centimeters at Budapest, then the water level is started to decrease slowly.


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