189194_fortepan_211316_1979_eth_zurich.jpg Nearly one hundred and eighty buildings would come under local protection in the capital, according to a draft According to a new draft, the Budapest local council would place mainly the residential houses built between 1945 and 1980, including residential houses in Budavár, two housing estates, two former party houses and a workers' hostel. The proposal for the Budapest General Assembly lists the buildings to be preserved in nine pages, the nearly 180-item list includes the Hilton Hotel in Budavár, the main building of the Southern Railway Station, and a number of modern buildings in several districts, including downtown after the war.

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