189242_magyarorszag_es_a_nagyvilag_1869__magyarorszag_es_a_nagyvilag_illusztracioja_a_nador_szobranak_avatasarol_1869._majus_9-en_jelent_meg.jpg Palatine Joseph, who died 175 years ago, had been systematically developing Budapest for decades before the Public Works Council Palatine Joseph [József nádor in Hungarian] died 175 years ago in Buda. Although the archduke born in Florence was destined for a different career, he did much for Hungary, Pest and Buda from 1795 as a governor, then from 1796 as Palatine until his death in 1847. On the anniversary of his death, we put together a bouquet of what Budapest owes to him.

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