Monthly Archives: September 2012

Castle Reflection, Budapest, Hungary

For the Hungarian Millennium celebration in the early 20th C, Ignac Alpar created the Vajdahunyad Castle out of cardboard and wood. He used important buildings from throughout Hungary, including Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance elements. It was so popular, they … Continue reading

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Heart-Shaped Lock, Budapest, Hungary

I was walking up Kemal Ataturk Lane (seriously? Budapest has a lane named for Ataturk?) toward the Castle, when I stopped to look out through a grated hole in the stone wall – sort of a window, I guess, but … Continue reading

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