Ohh, did it collapse?

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It didnt’ fell into the waters. It didn’t collapsed. It was the Memorial of the Old National Theatre and in this semi-submerged way it looked dramatic. This is one of the more interesting memorials. And on the photo posted two days ago, you can see the other fallen end with the bigger picture including the present Hungarian National Theatre.

I’ve always like water fountains, sea, water features or silhouettes of architectures etc against sunset. And now especially architectures that had included this water element. This one is very special and it has a calming atmosphere to it :)

I would like to show you the entire memorial in my next coming post..

About Zannnie

Prior to launching Singapore Daily Photo , Zannnie spent four years as the Branding Manager of one of the design agencies in Singapore. Before that, Zannnie attended University of Bradford in United Kingdom where she majored in marketing. A native of Singapore, Zannnie currently resides in Tallinn. Zannnie enjoys travelling and photography. She has travelled to 63 different cities in 25 different countries and enjoys the cultural essence, the people, their languages, their cuisines and the unique elements of these destinations. She is a co-author of BudapestZIN.com and TravelZIN.com. Follow her on Facebook.
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17 Responses to Ohh, did it collapse?

  1. Cate says:

    What an interesting monument!

  2. photowannabe says:

    The anti-spam word is unique and that’s what this monument is, unique. Looking forward to seeing the whole monument.

  3. Olivier says:

    impressionnant, je le trouve superbe (et comme photowannabe) unique. je vous souhaite un bon weekend

    impressing, I find it single superb (and like photowannabe). I wish you a good weekend

  4. This is a very nice memorial. And I like it in the water.

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  5. Keropok says:

    and i thought zannnie push it down in the water! :-p

  6. beetle says:

    Very unusual interesting monument!

  7. Another one here (me) who loves this monument. I love it ’cause it’s dramatic, as you said, and original. I’didn’t see one like this before. I can’t wait to see the entire memorial

  8. Jules says:

    I like the play of architecture! The unusual is most often remembered.

  9. Sally says:

    That’s great – I will tell my sister; she will be in Budapest ina few weeks.

  10. I wouldn’t notice it in the other photo if you wouldn’t point it out:):)

  11. laurent says:

    Whaou….nice idea this construction…and a big shot…I have spent a good time to read your comment….thank you


  12. Trotter says:

    Interesting memorial. Great picture Zannie.
    Thanks also for the visit to Blogtrotter, the comment and the tip. I’ve some pictures of Budapest and Hungary on Blogtrotter 70s & 80s under the label Hungary; hope to have made at least partial justice to the beauty of the country. Some more will come from the 2006 visit…
    Enjoy the weekend!

  13. Paul says:

    It is very unique – very creative monument.

  14. It definitely catches my attention! Good idea.

  15. kate says:

    that is a unique memorial! Part of the Pearl Harbor Memorial to WW1 Vets in Hawaii, is over a sunk submarine. Your post made me think of that.

    Hope all is well there!

  16. Lara says:

    Great shot!

  17. Hi Zannie,
    thank you so much for your nice comment to my blog. I love your pictures from Budapest very much and miss no one!!! It’s a fantastic city, I was many times there – because I’m still Hungarian in my heart, I have still family over there and because love my country!
    I have not counted all the sunsets I photographed in this 6 years living in Key West, but I can tell you, there will come more out of my archives or also actuell ones of course. :-))

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