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Lugares emblemáticos en District VI.

Museos de arte

Museo de arte
“You can visit one of the world-class exhibitions of the Museum of Fine Arts.”
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Museo de arte
“Funny, though, but called by a German name in English, Kunsthalle (Műcsarnok in Hungarian, in English it would be Art Gallery) was established at the end of the 19th century together with Heroes' Square and its surroundings for the ever most special occasion, for the 1000-year-existance of the Hungarian state. It has been the centre of Hungarian and international contemporary fine art and visual culture. Excellent, interesting contemporary exhibitions in a stunning historical building next to a must see sight, well, due to our opinion you should not miss this. However entrance fee is reasonable visiting Art Gallery with Budapest Card is friendlier.”
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Museo de arte
“In the spring of 1990 one of the most important workshops of Hungarian music history was opened in Budapest to Hungarian and foreign visitors. ”
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Museo de arte
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Museos históricos

History Museum
“Museum documenting the effect of the Nazi and Soviet regimes in Hungary, and memorial to victims.”
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Sitios históricos

“●Heroes’ Square ○The city’s biggest square, and probably one of the most iconic landmarks of Budapest. ”
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“i love hösok tere, even if there are always many people its very monumental and close to the beautiful park, also you can walk down famous andrassy utca but also take the very first metro of budapest, the number 1 its cute and small and very interesting”
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“Heroes' Square is one of the major squares in Budapest, Hungary, noted for its iconic statue complex featuring the Seven Chieftains of the Hungarians and other important Hungarian national leaders, as well as the Memorial Stone of Heroes, often erroneously referred as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The square lies at the outbound end of Andrássy Avenue next to City Park (Városliget).”
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“This beautiful square is ideal for a stroll and it's also worth checking at night!”
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“Heroes’ Sq is the largest and most symbolic square in Budapest. It is dominated by the Millenary Monument (Ezeréves emlékmű), a 36m-high pillar topped by a golden Archangel Gabriel, holding the Hungarian crown and a cross. At the column's base are Prince Árpád and six other Magyar chieftains who occupied the Carpathian Basin in the late 9th century. The 14 statues in the colonnades behind are of rulers and statesmen – from King Stephen (far left) to Lajos Kossuth (far right). It was designed in 1896 to mark the 1000th anniversary of the Magyar conquest of the Carpathian Basin.”
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“You can see the first king"s right hand . And the view is fantastic from the top”
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“History and Architecture of Heroes’ Square The monument was built for the 1896 Millennium celebrations, that’s why it is called Millennium Monument. Hungary celebrated the 1000th anniversary that its ancestors found a place to settle down in the Carpathian Basin. Every part of the monument plays tribute to determining parts of Hungary’s history. The memorial won the first prize at the 1900 World Exhibition in Paris. The monument was completely finished in 1929 and the square received its name then too.Gabriel Archangel's Column on Heroes' Sqr Budapest Since 2002 the Millennium Monument together with Andrásy Avenue is part of UNESCO’s prestigious World Heritage sites. The 36 m high Corinthian column dominates the square with Archangel Gabriel on its top holding St. Stephen’s Crown. According to the story, Gabriel appeared to St. Stephen in his dream and offered him the crown of Hungary. Pope Sylvester II indeed sent a crown to him acknowledging Hungary and King Stephen as a defender of Christendom. Today you can view the Holy Crown in Budapest Parliament. The equestrian statues of the seven Magyar (Hungarian) tribes’ chieftains encircle the column. The seven tribes lead by Árpád arrived first in the Carpathian Basin around 896 AD to find out whether the area was suitable for settling down. A semicircled colonnade encompasses the column with statues of Hungarian kings and heroes.”
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Galería de arte
“A two story photography exhibition space. We recommend to check what the current exhibitions are.”
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