Margaret Island Budapest

Margaret Island Budapest
Historically inaccessible in the middle of the Danube, Margaret Island was a retreat for religious contemplation from at least the 11th century onward. Relics of the island's past include the remains of two monastic churches and the ruins of the convent home of Princess Margaret....
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Visegrad Hungary Guide

Visegrad Citadel
Visegrad (Visegrád) was always in the center of attention during history due to its favorable amenities and essential strategical role. The earliest traces of a human presence lead to the New Stone Age. From the Bronze Age the town and its surroundings have continuously been...
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Vac Hungary Guide

Vac Hungary
The exhibit in Vac (Vác), Hungary is the result of a mummy bonanza discovered during a routine restoration of the town’s Dominican church. In 1994 workers discovered a secret crypt, bricked up for over 200 years. Inside, there were 265 hand-painted coffins, one on top of the...
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Vizivaros Budapest

Vizivaros Budapest
Between Castle Hill and the western bank of the Danube, extending north from the Chain Bridge towards Margit körút, is the area known as Viziváros or Water Town. This area gained its name in the Middle Ages due to constant flooding. It was originally an...
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