The Buda Palace is located on the Castle Hill and is one of Budapest's landmarks. It was once home to the Hungarian royal family. The central part of the palace has now been changed to the Budapest History Museum, the National Library and the National Gallery, which is open to the public. The viewing terrace in front of the main entrance of the Buda Palace is a great place to look out over the Hungarian Parliament Building, the Chain Bridge and the Danube River. When the sun sets, the scenery at the beginning of the Hua Deng is not to be missed.
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#budacastle is the historical castle and palace complex of the Hungarian kings in #budapest. It was first completed in 1265, but the massive Baroque palace today occupying most of the site was built between 1749 and 1769 #hungary
The Buda Palace on the Hbda Palace
Hungarian Castle Hill was built in the 13th century. The "Aruba Dynasties" was built on the right bank of the Danube River. During the Turkish occupation of Buda, it was a long-term disrepair; part of the reconstruction in the 18th century, 19 Since the middle of the century, it has been restored and expanded to become a new Baroque building. Later, it was destroyed during the Second World War. After the war, the Special Renaissance Commission was established to rebuild the Buda Palace. The central part of the
palace is now a museum of history, galleries and the Workers' Movement Museum. Historical information about Budapest and Hungary is displayed in the museum and is presented in chronological order. The gallery mainly displays the works of representative painters and sculptors in Hungary.
There is a ruins of the medieval walls on the south side of the hills overlooking the Danube and the city streets. From then on, the tunnel under the mountain walked to the chain bridge on the Danube. The other side of the bridge is the Pest area.
The Buda Palace, located between the Castle Hill and the Freedom Mountain in Budapest, has a long history and has a history of more than 700 years. The entire palace is a Baroque castle building. Whether standing on the other side of the Danube, or squatting on the top of the mountain and exploring the interior of the palace, you can feel the momentum and majesty of this ancient palace.
Climb the Danube along the well-known Szechenyi Chain Bridge and climb towards the hills on the left. It will take a long time to get to the foot of the imposing Buda Palace. On the square in front of the palace, there are many exquisite sculptures arranged in a row. From the galloping paladins to the generals holding the spears, all forms are lifelike and lifelike. Standing on the head of the palace, the huge stone palace is extremely strong.
On the gate of the palace, there is a statue of the ancient Hungarian god Bird Tujuer, which is very beautifully carved and is called a finely crafted craft.
The beautiful Danube, the mother river of Budapest, flows quietly through the city of Budapest, dividing this charming town into Buda and Pest, adding to this otherwise quiet town. A smart and romantic. When you walk into Budapest, you must go to the Danube River. Even if you don't do anything, just walk quietly and feel the unique charm of this beautiful river.
The Danube River in the early morning, the blue river with the buildings on the shore lined up, looks very beautiful. Occasionally several boats passed slowly, breaking the silence of the morning and opening the busy prologue on the Danube.