See the group of castle buildings behind the pillars of Heroes' Square? This group of "old castles" was completed in 1896 along with Heroes' Square and is now the Hungarian Agricultural Museum. Rome, Gothic, Baroque, Neoclassical...The characteristics of different architectural history periods are so wonderfully and harmoniously mixed together, as if the fantasy dream of a talented architect has crossed into reality, so that it is also a hero Part of the square is on the World Cultural Heritage List. If you just leave after admiring the architecture of the Hungarian Agricultural Museum from outside, you will be left with great regret. During the Austro-Hungarian dual empire, Hungary was the main agricultural area of the empire. Therefore, the Hungarian museum is also one of the oldest and largest agricultural museums in Europe. Its tradition can be traced back to the 1896 agricultural exhibition. The dozens of exhibition halls here are filled with thousands of farming tools and specimens. The history and current situation of Hungarian agriculture since the new era are introduced in detail, including fishing, forestry, animal husbandry, and...hunting! Yes, the most magnificent exhibition hall in this museum is the hunting hall. Hundreds of deer and bear heads hung on the wall to give you a bird's eye view, full of pressure and courage.
The Museum of the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture itself is located in a castle and manor, so there are many ancient buildings here, some of which are covered with creepers. From a distance, it looks like a whole green gable wall, a little mysterious color. What I think of is the Rochester Manor in the novel "Jane Eyre", the attic where Martha was imprisoned.
The Hungarian Agricultural Museum, located in the Budapest City Park. It was spring when I went, and the surrounding trees were verdant and the scenery was beautiful. The castle itself is a few years old. It is said to have been built in 18xx. The castle looks a bit decay. From the back, it looks a bit like Mr. Rochester’s manor in "Jane Eyre", with a gloomy feeling.
This museum is very big, some years old, there are creepers on the walls, and there are many agricultural tools in it, which makes people travel back in time.
Idać Castle is a castle located in the city park of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. The castle was built from 1896 to 1908. It combines a variety of different architectural styles, including Romanesque and Renaissance. It is now the seat of the Hungarian Agricultural Museum.