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Márianosztra, HungaryMárianosztra, Hungary
The Pauline monastery of Márianosztra is a well-known place of pilgrimage long ago, it was founded by Louis I (the Great) King of Hungary in 1352. By the way, the Pauline Order (Order of Saint Paul the First Hermit) is the only one male order that was founded in Hungary. The town was organized around the monastery and probably named after the church that was dedicated to Our Lady of Hungary (Virgin Mary). The name of the town is derived from the latin term Maria Nostra which means "Our Mary".
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Budapest, HungaryBudapest, Hungary
Budapest is one of Europe’s most established historical capitals, which is not only in the middle of the continent, but at the centre of historical events as well. Those visiting this city can still sense the atmosphere of the Monarchy in the streets and cafés, cruise on the Danube, or relax in a hot water spa. Weeks may be spent here, but do not take it for granted that every item in your guide book will be ticked.
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Budapest, HungaryBudapest, Hungary
The Hungarian Parliament Building or "Országház" was built between 1885-1894 by Hungarian architects led by Imre Steindl, as well as Hungarian engineers, master builders and workers, using materials only from Hungary. Nevertheless there was one exception: the eight 6-meter-tall unique marble monolithic columns at the grand staircase were brought here from Sweden.It took 2 years to create the foundation and the other earthworks, then during the following 8 years approximately 35 000 cubic mete...
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