Keleti Pályaudvar

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    1. richardr 114 months ago | reply

      Yes, I did take some pictures from the front but I much prefer this as a view...

    2. richardr 114 months ago | reply

      A bit more impressive than my local railway station!

    3. InvictusStanza 109 months ago | reply

      I really need to go to Budapest..

    4. richardr 109 months ago | reply

      Yes, I'd certainly recommend it.

    5. Simon_K 96 months ago | reply

      Terrific. A reminder, as if we need it, that Budapest is in central europe, not eastern...

    6. richardr 96 months ago | reply

      This would have been the product of the boom period Hungary underwent as it gained greater status within the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the same period that produced the Parliament and many of Budapest's other most notable buildings.

    7. ribizlifozelek 96 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot. You captured the old glory of the station.

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    8. Corwin's Trumps 96 months ago | reply

      I would have liked to have seen this for real. We arrived at Keleti Pályaudvar and left by air.

      (Seen on ~1-2-3 History (post 1, comment on 2, view 3)~.)

    9. richardr 96 months ago | reply

      Thanks all.

    10. ribizlifozelek 91 months ago | reply

      This photo deserves my BUDAPEST AWARD

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    11. zsoolt 91 months ago | reply

      This photo deserves my BUDAPEST AWARD


    12. dj.bp 91 months ago | reply

      I have to say - although the stations are very beautifully architectured (and this is no criticism of the above photograph), they are all very run down - especially in comparison to the rest of those parts of the city. They could be very grand, but instead need a lot of work doing on them.

    13. richardr 91 months ago | reply

      True. Budapest is one of those cities, like Venice or New Orleans, that is known for its decay as much as its splendour. My feeling was that this remains evident in places like this and others, but that this was likely to decrease over time. I presume that Budapest had a period of architectual excellence as it gained greater autonomy within Austria-Hungary and then fell into decline with the Soviet Occupation (not uncommon for Eastern Europe and something I also saw in East Berlin).

    14. Istvan 90 months ago | reply


    15. LeszekZadlo 83 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called 100 + Viewed Best Architecture Photos (add 1, award 1), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    16. María Digital 83 months ago | reply

      Preciosa toma!!!

      Award from: 100 + Viewed Best Architecture Photos (add 1, award 1)

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