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Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
Budapesta, Cartierul Castelului
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The current neo-Baroque castle dates back to the late 19th c. The castle completely burnt out during World War II. Restoration revealed several parts of the medieval royal palace, and then it became home to the Hungarian National Gallery, the Budapest History Museum, National Széchényi Library and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Matthias Church is located at the heart of Buda's Castle District. According to church tradition, it was originally built in Romanesque style in 1015. The current building was constructed in the florid late Gothic style in the second half of the 14th century and was extensively restored in the late 19th century.

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  • The current neo-Baroque castle dates back to the late 19th c. The castle completely burnt out during World War II. Restoration revealed several parts of the medieval royal palace, and then it became home to the Hungarian National Gallery, the Budapest History Museum, National Széchényi Library and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Matthias Church is located at the heart of Buda’s Castle District. According to church tradition, it was originally built in Romanesque style in 1015. The current building was constructed in the florid late Gothic style in the second half of the 14th century and was extensively restored in the late 19th century.
  • The spectacular Royal Palace Budapest sits high atop Castle Hill, where it towers almost 150 feet above the city and overlooks the Danube and the Pest side of the river. The palace in Budapest is also known as Buda Castle, and is a top Hungarian attraction for many reasons. The site is clearly historically significant, with centuries of history bottled up in its walls. Its also architecturally interesting, a composite of many styles. Furthermore, the palace is not simply to be looked at. There are additional points of interest inside—a national library, art museum, and history museum cater to the wide-ranging interests of visitors. To top it all off, the view from the Hungarian Palace is truly splendid.
  • The history of the Royal Palace Budapest dates to the thirteenth century. The first royal residence on the hill was built by King Bela IV, who wanted to protect the city against invasions from the Mongols. Following King Bela's reign and his work on the palace, the building went through many cycles of growth and expansion and, sadly, destruction. Some of the major builders were King Sigismund Luxemburg of Hungary and King Matthias Corivnus (the namesake of Budapest's Matthias Church ), who added significantly to it in the sixteenth century. The building has suffered its fair share of destruction, being bombed and burned several times in its history. In particular, the Palace in Budapest last took a serious beating during World War II, when it was almost entirely destroyed. Thankfully, in the 1950s, modern and thorough restorations of the Hungarian palace began, and the building is now a pleasing mix of architectural styles.
  • Today the Palace in Budapest is one of the top things to do in Budapest and Hungary . After soaking up the history and the building's grand façade, step inside to tour one or more of the several museums contained inside the palace. Inside the building are the National Library, National Gallery, and the Budapest History Museum. The National Library was founded in 1802 by the Hungarian aristocrat Count Ferenc Széchényi. Széchényi, who donated his large collection of Hungarian books to the nation. Unstinting in his patriotism, Count Széchényi, also donated his private art collection to the country in the early nineteenth century, instigating the creation of the National Gallery, which is also now housed inside the palace. In the National Gallery's excellent collection you you can see Hungarian paintings spanning several centuries, all the way from the tenth century to the present. With so many attractions in one spot, not to mention the excellent views of the city, a visit to the Royal Palace Budapest during your Hungarian vacation is not to be missed.
  • After a tour of the attractions inside the building, step outside and take in the choice views from the top of Castle Hill. Located on the banks of the Danube on Palota Utca (Palace Street), the Hungarian Palace is beautiful to look at but also provides beautiful views of the Budapest cityscape; from the Royal Palace Budapest and the Danube are in full view. From the high perch of the Royal Palace Budapest looks absolutely stunning, especially at night when below the Royal Palace Budapest is spread out in lights and splendor.
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    • 1. Matthias Church Biserica Încoronării (Matthias) sec XIII Hotel Hilton, 1976The Chain Bridge Fishermens bastionPodul cu lanţuri 1839-1849 Bastionul Pescarilor, sec XV http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1381531-budapesta-cartierul-castelului/
    • 2. Hotel Hilton, 1976
    • 3. Hotel Hilton, 1976
    • 4. Buda is the western part of the Hungarian capital Budapest on the west bank ofthe Danube. Buda comprises about one-third of Budapests complete territory andis mostly wooded and hilly. Notable landmarks include the Buda Castle and theCitadella. Buddha was a separate city until 1873, when united with Pest, locatedon the other bank of the Danube, formed the Hungarian capital, BudapestPartea cea mai bogată în monumente istorice a Budapestei este Buda, Cartierulcastelului. Buda a fost un oraş separat până în 1873 când unindu-se cu Pesta,aflată pe celălalt mal al Dunării, au format capitala Ungariei, Budapesta
    • 5. While Pest was mostly Hungarian in the 15thcentury, Buda had a German majority. Germans— also clinging to their language — partlycrowded out, partly assimilated the Hungariansand Serbians they have found here. With therural population moving in the capital city, in the19th century slowly Hungarians became themajority in Buda too.Faţă de Pesta, aşezată pe o câmpie în terase,Buda are avantajul reliefului, fiind construită pecoline de unde priveliştea este magnifică înprimul rând asupra Dunării, cu cele nouă poduriale sale.
    • 6. Located at the heart of Budas Castle District,Matthias Church was originally built inRomanesque style in 1015. The currentbuilding was constructed in the florid lateGothic style in the second half of the 14thcentury and was extensively restored in thelate 19th century. It was the second largestchurch of medieval Buda and the seventhlargest church of medieval HungarianKingdom.Officially named as the Church of Our Lady, ithas been popularly named after KingMatthias, who ordered the transformation ofits original southern tower.Biserica Încoronării, cunoscută sub numelede Biserica Matthias, construită în sec XIII, afost mărită de Matei Corvinul, rege al Ungarieiîn perioada 1458-1490
    • 7. The spectacular Royal Palace Budapest sits high atop Castle HillRoyal Palace in Budapest last took a serious beating during World War II, when it was almost entirelydestroyed. Thankfully, in the 1950s, modern and thorough restorations of the Hungarian palace began, and thebuilding is now a pleasing mix of architectural styles.Palatul Regilor Ungariei a fost reconstruit, ştergând urmele grave ale celui de al doilea Război Mondial
    • 8. Mattias church was the scene of severalcoronations, including that of Charles IV in1916 (the last Habsburg king)Biserica Încoronării (Matia Corvinul)
    • 9. Statue of Saint Stephen, by Strobl AlajosStatuia lui Ştefan cel Sfânt, realizată de Strobl Alajos
    • 10. The imposing building of the Hungarian NationalArchives was built in historical-romantic style.The building is decorated with stone statues,not to mention the rich ornaments inside andthe gilded tiled roof made in the Zsolnay factoryin Pécs.Alături de Biserica Evanghelică se aflăfrumoasa clădire a Arhivelor Statului (sec XVIII-
    • 11. Fotografii: Marta Slăvescu Prezentare: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaFond muzical: ♦ Attila Vadasz jr and his band – Csardas ♦ Secret garden – Adagio ♦ Johannes Brahms – Dans ungar nr 5

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