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Winter in Hungary. Reminds me of the last scene in Dr. Zivago there he dies.
OK street car, close enough to a train
Previous pinner: I was a Fulbright Scholar in Hungary in 1993. I was so caught up in taking pictures of cathedrals and dregs of communism that I sometimes forgot to capture the ordinary things like streetcars.
Budapest, Hungary - by Sonja Blanco, via Flickr
Hungary - Budapest - Area: 93,030 sq km. A landlocked, central European state on the River Danube.Population: 9,973,141.Capital: Budapest. Official language: Hungarian. 17 All languages
Part of the Vajdahunyad Castle in Budapest (this is the baroque-renaissance part, as the castle is actually a purposeful mix of architectural styles)
Budapest, Hungary. I'VE BEEN HERE.
path through a snow-sprinkled forest...by Ken Owen [neonzu1 on flickr]
Budapest, Hungary - The St Stephen Festivities, 1934 - tourist brochure designed by I J F Richter by mikeyashworth, via Flickr
Budapest, Hungary / photo by Keegan Adriance
Winter in Kodaly Circus, Budapest, Hungary
Budapest at night at festival time, when the Széchenyi Chain Bridge "goes pedestrian"
Budapest, Hungary. Check out the travel deals on Studentrate to visit Hungary yourself! studentrate.com/...
Only a few days in Budapest was not enough. I long to go back. Would like to do a trip solely in Eastern Europe.