The Elizabeth Bridge associates Buda and Pest over the River Danube. Named after Austria-Hungary's dearest Queen Elizabeth, an enormous bronze statue of her similarity sits in a little garden on the Buda side of the bridge. It is a reproduction of the bridge that basically was obliterated amid the pretty second world war. The new bridge essentially remains on the mainstays of the old one. It's astounding to particularly see during the evening with a lighting configuration made by Motoko Ishii, a regarded Japanese lighting creator. The very white suspension bridge is opposite to Budapest's primary shopping locale, Vaci utca.