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Margaret Island (Margit-sziget), Sight to Pest and Margaret Bridge - Budapest, Hungary
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Esztergom, HungaryEsztergom, Hungary
With the Treaty of Trianon in 1920 Upland was taken from Hungary and the bridge destroyed. The only way for broken families to keep in touch was to go down to the banks of the Danube and communicate by shouting across the natural sound-transmitting water. It was only in 2001 that the destroyed bridge, left in ruins on purpose, was re-built. Thus a direct connection was set up between Hungary and Slovakia, which is fortunate for those Hungarians who were torn from their country.
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Gödöllő, HungaryGödöllő, Hungary
The original statue was erected in 1943 for the 10th anniversary of the 4th World Scout Jamboree of 1933, which was held in Gödöllő. That statue was created by the Hungarian sculptor Lőrinc Siklódy and removed in 1948, after the scout movement was discontinued in Hungary. The current statue was created in 1993-1994 (on the 60th anniversary of the jamboree) from public subscription, it is the enlarged version of the "Boy scout" statuette of Zsigmond Kisfaludi Strobl from 1929 and sculpted by I...
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Budapest, HungaryBudapest, Hungary
The building that includes the fastfood restaurant on the Nyugat Square is a listed, protected monument. Initially it was part of the Nyugati Railway Station which was built between 1874-1877, it was the reception building of Queen "Sisi" (Elisabeth of Austria), designed by the architectural firm of Gustave Eiffel.

In 2009 this fastfood restaurant on Nyugati Square, Budapest, Hungary was chosen the second most beautiful McDonald's restaurant in the world by the Askmen.com online men'...

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