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Photo reports from Budapest and Hungary. A collection of events, art, architecture and impressions of everyday life in Budapest by amateur and professional photographers.


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Icy, Snowy Budapest

Icy, Snowy Budapest
Posted by: Roberta Gyori02/15/2012

Brr... for the past couple of weeks it's been freezing cold in Budapest. With the temperature way below zero everyone was trying to keep warm and stay indoors. The thermometer plunged as low as -14...

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Budapest’s Margaret Bridge Gets a Facelift

Budapest’s Margaret Bridge Gets a Facelift
Posted by: Márk Mervai01/02/2012

Margaret Bridge (Margit híd), the second oldest permanent bridge to span the Danube after the Chain Bridge, shines again in its former glory following recent renovations. Originally built between...

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Műjégpálya Reopens in Budapest

Műjégpálya Reopens in Budapest
Posted by: Márk Mervai12/22/2011

Műjégpálya, the ice rink in City Park, first opened to the public on Januray 29th, 1870. Back then ice skating was considered a favorite winter pastime of the elite and Rudolf, Crown Prince of...

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Capturing the Many Moods of Budapest

Capturing the Many Moods of Budapest
Posted by: Zsuzsa Bakonyi12/07/2011

I was born in Budapest – and although I keep traveling a lot, this city stays my principal identity, the point of reference. Budapest is cozy for me, the city I know the most and I cannot say that...

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Live From the Budapest Christmas Market

Live From the Budapest Christmas Market
Posted by: Roberta Gyori11/27/2011

Budapest’s annual Christmas market on Vörösmarty tér is once again the place to visit to get into the holiday spirit. Open from November 18th through December 30th, the square, at night, looks like...

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Kürtőskalács, a Sweet, Spiral-shaped Hungarian Pastry

Kürtőskalács, a Sweet, Spiral-shaped Hungarian Pastry
Posted by: Zizi10/26/2011

Kürtőskalács is a sweet, spiral-shaped pastry that originated in Transylvania. It’s also known as ‘chimney cake’, because of its unique shape. Making kürtőskalács requires some dedicated tools,...

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Budapest by Night

Budapest by Night
Posted by: Roberta Gyori10/19/2011

This time Mark took to the streets to take some photos of Budapest at night. Here is a selection of his amazing after-hours snapshots showing how beautiful the city can be.

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Sweet Photos from the Budapest Chocolate & Candy Festival

Sweet Photos from the Budapest Chocolate & Candy Festival
Posted by: Roberta Gyori09/17/2011

This weekend Mark visited the first ever Chocolate and Candy Festival held in Buda Castle. If you have a sweet tooth this is one festival you don't want to miss.

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Live from the 2011 Budapest International Wine Festival

Live from the 2011 Budapest International Wine Festival
Posted by: Márk Mervai09/09/2011

Celebrating 20 years of great vintages in Budapest You can sample some of Hungary's best vintages and learn more about Hungarian wine at the 20th Budapest International Wine Festival, on now until...

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Budapest Metro 4 - A Work in Progress

Budapest Metro 4 - A Work in Progress
Posted by: Roberta Gyori09/05/2011

A sneak peek beneath the Danube If you have visited Budapest recently you have likely seen plenty of construction in popular downtown areas, like Szt. Gellért tér (Gellért Baths), Fővám tér...

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Live from the 2011 Buda Castle Beer Festival

Live from the 2011 Buda Castle Beer Festival
Posted by: Márk Mervai08/27/2011

Fancy an ice-cold beer on a hot summer's day? The first ever Buda Castle Beer Festival is the city's biggest celebration of our favorite malty beverage. The festival brings about 100 domestic and...

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Art on Lake in Budapest

Art on Lake in Budapest
Posted by: Márk Mervai07/12/2011

A unique outdoor art exhibit Following in the footsteps of a similar exhibition held here for the Millennium with the participation of twenty-two Hungarian artists, the lake in Budapest's City Park...

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