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2021. november 10. 14:00
A 127-room hotel will open in the former Radetzky Barracks on Bem Square, expected in 2024. The historical 19th century building was almost completely demolished last year, leaving only the main façade overlooking the square.
2021. augusztus 20. 10:00
As an architect, he redrawn every detail of the St. Stephen's Hall, which opens on 20 August: the windows, historic doors, and parquet floors of the southern connecting wing of the Royal Palace. Tibor Angyal has been recreating the historic ceremonial hall destroyed after World War II for six years and, with experience, he claims that the reconstruction of the Royal Palace, which was destroyed with mad rage and method after the war so that not a single square metre of original space remains, is a historic opportunity.
2021. március 8. 09:00
PestBuda has reported on the largest railway development, the Southern Ring Railway, currently underway in Budapest several times. Recently, new renders appeared of an important element of the railway line, a new bridge. Take a look.
2021. január 6. 09:00
The building has housed one of the most beautiful cafes in Budapest, a casino, a pharmacy, a glove shop and a car dealership. Until recently, the building that once housed Café Palermo was a black sheep on Andrássy Avenue, but the era of real-estate related corruption and degradation has come to an end. Standing on the corner of Liszt Ferenc Square and Andrássy Avenue, the building currently hidden by a safety net, which hides the luxury apartments being built as part of the restoration.
2020. november 13. 10:00
The house under 72 Úri Street and its underground tunnels once housed Hungary's gold reserves during the second world war and 600–700 people alongside them. In the 1950s the location was used to control the electrical grid. The house has newly been restored to its original late-baroque design as the educational centre of the Hungarian National Bank.
2020. október 27. 11:30
The Supreme Audit Office of Hungary (SAO) operates in a special building. Its headquarters are among the few buildings on the bank of the Danube that were not destroyed in the Second World War. However, the building displayed on the commemorative coin on the 150th anniversary is not its current headquarters. The institution's former building was constructed before World War I on the Buda side of the River and designed by Lajos Jámbor and Zoltán Bálint.
1900. május 22. 17:43
Egy külföldi turista talán el sem hiszi, hogy a Gellért-hegyet nem emberi kéz alkotta. A város közepén magasodva lenyűgöző kilátást kínál, és így kézenfekvő lehet a gondolat, hogy idegenforgalmi céllal építettük. Pedig a természet ajándékáról van szó, és a kilátást nemcsak a gyönyörködtetésre, hanem hadászati célokra is fel lehetett használni. Ez indokolta egy erődítmény építését a hegytetőre, melyet Citadellának neveztek el. Az építmény a Várkapitányság révén teljesen újjászületik, a jelenleg zajló munkálatokat most alkalmunk nyílt megtekinteni.