Heroes' Square

Budapest is the capital and the largest city of Hungary.

A.
Flanked by the Palace of Fine Arts and the Palace of Art and situated at the entrance to the City Park. Budapest's Heroes' Square stands in honor and memory of the great leaders in Hungary's history.

B
Soaring above the monument, you'll see the Millennial Column, standing 118-feet-tall and topped with a statue of the Archangel Gabriel, meant to be a symbol of the Roman Catholic Church.

C

D

E
I love the clear bright pictures of the Heroes' Square. 

Guess which picture is my desktop background now.


Comments

  1. yeah, i think (and heard of) that Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe too..

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    1. nice photos, and i also love the clear blue sky!! you were lucky the weather is nice when you were there..

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    2. hmmm, let me guess.. you make photo A as your desktop wallpaper??

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    3. i wonder if you have gone into the palace of fine arts and the palace of arts?? are these two "palaces" actually muzeums/exhibition center??

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    4. oh..we didn't visit the palace of arts. Nt in the itinerary. You are right, I love pic A.

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  2. Em, you must be having photo E as your desktop wallpaper because you said you like the clear sky above the beautiful Heroes' Square :D

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    1. They are all beautiful but I could only choose A.

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  3. Nicely done!



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  4. When can I go there, I wonder.. :)

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  5. Lovely blue sky?

    I guess it's A?

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  6. Wonder when will I ever get to visit Budapest?

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  7. Which picture you use for your desktop ? For me I like either A or C on my desktop!! For you, eenie, meenie, minee, mo - it's A?? : )

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    1. your photography skill is very good

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    2. my photo always not as good as yours :)

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    3. no need skills..just point and shoot..

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  9. Your photos are always nice, clear and beautiful. Mine often appeared blurr when I used the template to frame the photos together.

    I am wondering where to find money and so many days leave to visit Europe?!?!?!?!....

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    1. I'm sure you can afford to visit Europe. Just over RM10K..

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