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Memorial to the 1956 Revolution

A fascinating abstract sculpture, commemorating the anti-government uprising that occurred in 1956.

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Andrássy út
A lovely boulevard named as a World Heritage Site, lined with spectacular Neo-Renaissance mansions and luxury boutiques.
Hungarian State Opera House
This Neo-Renaissance opera house on Andrássy út features world-class acoustics, and has seen many an important resident.
Heroes' Square
An important square containing a monumental statue complex dedicated to the Magyar chieftains and other national leaders.
Széchenyi Baths
This immense Neo-Baroque medicinal bathing complex, the largest of its kind in Europe, is supplied by two thermal springs.
House of Terror Museum
A chilling museum, containing exhibits related to the fascist and communist regimes of the 20th century.
Seventh District
Budapest's traditional Jewish Quarter is located in District VII, Budapest’s smallest district, which has a funky eclectic feel.

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