191800_nyitokep.jpg New city center is being built in Zugló - Renewal of Bosnian Square and its surroundings may begin soon Renovation of Bosnyák Square, intended as the main square of the 14th district, may begin soon. It is planned that not only a new town hall, specialist clinic and fair hall will be built, but also a completely new quarter, and the affected section of the Rákos stream will be rehabilitated. The investment, previously declared a priority, has now received a building permit.
A new sports park will be established in Zugló The people living in Zugló received a promise years ago about a sports park to be established in the Butterfly Park. The construction was given the green light at the local council board meeting. The sports facility will have a floor area of at least 150 square meters and will accommodate a minimum of 15 sports equipment.
Bosnyák Square is being completely renovated, and a new city center is being built in Zugló A new town hall, a market and a specialist clinic will be built on Zugló's main square, and a new town district with parks, a shopping street and public spaces will be established between Bosnyák Square and the Rákos stream. The multifunctional district center is scheduled for completion in 2024.
Simon Tolnai, the Hungarian press magnate built a press empire from scratch in Dohány Street Pestbuda rarely reveals behind-the-scenes secrets of their editorial staff, now they make an exception: when researching the past of Budapest, journalists often look for information or photos in the Tolnai Világlapja newspaper. The first issue of the newspaper was published 120 years ago, on 28 September 1901. Its founder, Simon Tolnai, built his huge press empire from scratch, centred first in the demolished Orczy House on Károly Boulevard and then in Dohány Street. The latter still stands today, operating as an office building.
The first Hungarian international football match was played at the Millenáris in Zugló - The field called the cradle of Hungarian sports is 125 years old Today, when it comes to the Millenáris everyone thinks of the popular Buda park, although the Pest side also has its own Millenáris. The Millenáris in Zugló, which is the first sports field in Budapest, has been operating for 125 years, and many also refer to it as the cradle of Hungarian competitive sports. The tilted winding cycling track, the velodrome, was already one of the most modern tracks of its time when it was built, after its reconstruction in 1927, tens of thousand supporters flooded the grandstand during the world championship organized here. The first public international football match in Hungary was held here.
Parks around Rákos Stream in Zugló to be renovated The banks of Rákos Stream in the 14th District will be transformed into a park in three stages. Work is already underway, and the first 400-metre section between Egressy Road and Bartl János Street has already been opened. The entire project will be completed by the autumn. Plenty of trees and shrubs will be planted in the new areas, and plenty of benches will be installed, on sun terraces, alongside playgrounds, drinking fountains. Public lighting will be solar-powered.
Life after assassination – Róheim Villa, where István Tisza was killed to be restored Near City Park, the eclectic villa building at 45 Hermina Road, completed in 1900, is to undergo a comprehensive renovation. Its facade and roof will be rebuilt, and the lavish but now dilapidated interior restored. A fountain will be installed in the garden and valuable trees preserved.
Further sections of ancient settlements found along Rákos Stream Archaeologists have found traces of wooden houses from the late Bronze Age, built 3300 years ago, in the 14th district. Wooden remains, ceramic artefacts and a pendant have been unearthed during the excavation.
Phone lines once defined the Budapest real estate market Life today is unimaginable without a phone, yet not so long ago people could wait decades for a connection to be brought to their flat. Those who had landlines could consider themselves privilege, and those selling flats with one could ask a higher price. Thirty years ago, a new telephone exchange in Csepel with 18,000 lines was a huge step forward. Nevertheless, it seemed that it would only be possible to connect half of the flats in the city with phone lines by 2000.
Archaeologists uncover Sarmatian ruins in Zugló A Sarmatian settlement from the 2nd–3rd centuries is being excavated near Rákos Stream in the 14th District. Dugout homes, water pits, roman ceramic, glass and metal artefacts have been found.
Zugló turns 85 – A district of palaces, villas and housing estates Established ninety years ago, Zugló became an independent district 85 years ago. The 14th District connects the city centre with the outer parts of the city, and its role is reflected in its architecture. Beautiful villas built by artists stand alongside stunning school buildings, monuments and the headquarters of various institutions in the styles of historicism and Art Nouveau and these were joined in the 1970s by housing estates.

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